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Organic Morton Oats

Uncertified - Good cover crop variety
  • Tall, late oats
  • Best choice for forage or cover cropping
  • No longer protected by PVP
  • Average straw strength, can lodge on heavy soils with abundant fertility
  • Higher yielding than Jerry
  • Susceptible to Crown Rust
  • Not recommended for underseeding with forages when taken for grain

$22.50 / 48lb Bag (1.5 bushels)

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Oats are a vital part of our seed offerings, and we carry a wide selection of organic and conventional non-GMO varieties to meet any production need. Whether you aim to produce milling-quality oats, maximize bushels for animal feed, provide a nurse crop for alfalfa or forages, plant an economical cover crop, use spring oats for hay, produce straw, or meet a niche, food-grade market, we have the best adapted public spring oats for sale to meet your farm goals.

Organic Morton Oats
Performance Table
VarietyMaturityPlant HeightStraw StrengthTest Wt.Seed ColorCrown RustBYDVAvg. Yield 3-Year (bu)
Organic Morton OatsLateTallStrongHigh WhiteSusceptibleIDID
Organic Sumo OatsEarlyMediumVery Strong34.9White44100.9
Saddle OatsEarlyMediumVery Strong35.2White34113.7
Organic Saddle OatsEarlyMediumVery Strong35.2White34113.7
Reins OatsEarlyShortVery Strong35.7White64112.5
Organic Reins OatsEarlyShortVery Strong35.7White64112.5
Esker2020 OatsMediumMed-TallStrong33.6Yellow43118.3
Organic Esker2020 OatsMediumMed-TallStrong33.6Yellow43118.3
Rushmore OatsMediumMed-TallAvg36.6White44129.9
Organic Rushmore OatsMediumMed-TallAvg36.6White44129.9
Deon OatsLateTallStrong35.4Yellow34127.6
Organic Deon OatsLateTallStrong35.4Yellow34127.6
MN-Pearl OatsLateTallStrong35.8White44132.2
Morton OatsLateTallStrongHighWhiteSusceptibleIDID
Jerry OatsTallBelow AvgHighWhiteSusceptibleIDID
Organic Streaker Hulless OatsEarlyMedAvg42.5NA5488.2
Laker Forage OatsVery LateVery TallIDNANAIDIDNA
Organic Laker Forage OatsVery LateVery tallIDNANAIDIDNA
Cover Crop Brand OatsVariesVariesVariesVariesVariesNANANA

Spring Oats

Oats are an annual cereal grain that can be used as a nurse crop to establish alfalfa, chopped for livestock feed, or raised for grain. Spring oats are planted very early in the spring, are tolerant to cold, fast establishing, and mature in the middle of the summer. We are a dedicated supporter of oat breeding at the University level and carry a diverse selection of oat varieties to suit any purpose.

Planting: Oats should be drilled 1-2 in. deep into a firm seedbed in early spring.

Planting Rate (straight for grain/forage): 80-110 lbs. (3 bu/A).

Planting Rate (with alfalfa): 40-50 lbs (1½ – 2 bu/A).

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