Kynon+oats 2013
Days To Maturity : 91-119
Germination Days : 5-14
Planting Depth : 1-1.5
Seed Code : GB
Seeds Per Packet : 100
Spacing : 5
Square Foot Coverage : 300
When To Plant : Early spring
When To Plant : Mild winter
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Kynon Winter Hulless ... GOA-7330



Zone 7-9.

Productive hardy overwintering hulless oats.

Very rare. We have looked for other hulless oats adapted to fall plantting, with no success.

3 ┬Ż feet, many tillers (up to 45). We plant in October in zone 8, about 3 weeks before first frost date. However, the ground rarely freezes here.

Harder frost areas will need to plant earlier. Planting in fall for spring harvest gives strong stalks with minimal lodging.



Start in flats (or mix with soil and broadcast). Transplant 5" apart when 2-3" high. We plant 3 weeks before 1st frost in zone 8; colder climates will need earlier planting. The plants need time to get a good root system before hard frost. Likes well-drained soil. Dig in compost or plant after beans or other leguminous cover crop. Harvest when grains crack rather than mashing when bitten or pounded. Dry fully before storing.

GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFO: C/Matures 13-17/Harvest 0-4/Yield grain 3-13, dry biomass 12-72/Spacing 5"



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First Trail
on 08/12/13 by Donna in OH

This spring I decided to try my hand at growing Hulless Oats, the growing part was easy and very successful. Thrashing the grains off the stalks, I never even gave this a thought until after we cut it by hand, shocked it and got it dried. It is a quite a bit of work, but we know we can do it, but the need will have to be great to attempt this again. On the plus side it did help the soil in the field become a little bit better. We started with a rock hard clay with next to nothing for vegitation and now there is a nice clover crop that grew in as a cover under the oats. I have no idea where this clover came from but it is nice to have in place of a weed bed.