The medium-early maturing, dark-bearded quality durum SAMBADUR has been leading the official yield trials for several years now and it is on its way to even outperform the main breed AURADUR in relevance. SAMBADUR is the first choice for more powerful locations and for very intensive production requirements, not only because of its good stability. When it comes to quality and agronomic traits, SAMBADUR is very similar to its predecessor TEMPODUR. Only SAMBADUR’s slightly higher susceptibility to brown rust has to be considered. However, a fundamental advantage of SAMBADUR is the distinctly improved mildew tolerance, because, opposite to soft wheat, winter durum suffers from considerably higher yield loss when infected with mildew during the phase of sprouting. Therefore, SAMBADUR certainly is the top pick for a successful, seminal quality durum production in Austria.
Source: AGES – Institut für Nachhaltige Pflanzenproduktion
* = own evaluation based on AGES classification
1 = very low development … 9 = very high development
|Sowing strength:||350 - 420 grains / m²|
|Sowing rate:||160 - 210 kg / ha|
|500kg Big Bag:||available|