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Colt PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 August 2009 10:36

Description:
Spikes of Colt are awned, midctense, tapering, white to yellow, usually carried erect at maturity, and somewhat shorter than those of Scout 66. Awns are white and longer than those of Scout 66. Glumes are glabrous, midlong and midwide, with narrow, square to rounded shoulders. Beaks are acuminate and very long. Kernels of Colt are red, elliptical, semihard to hard, and similar to kernels of Scout 66 in size and weight. The kernels have a medium-large germ, brush of medium length without a collar, rounded cheeks and a narrow, fairly shallow crease. Test weights of Colt and Scout 66 are similar.
Creation:
Colt was named and released jointly by the Nebraska Agric. Exp. Stn. and the USDA-ARS in 1983. Protection is being requested under the Plant Variety Protection Act,Public Law 91-577 with the certified seed class option. Seed
classes recognized are breeder, foundation, registered, and certified. Breeder seed will be maintained by the Nebraska Agric. Exp. Stn., Lincoln, NE 68583.
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