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Table 9. 2000 North Dakota Flax Variety Description.

Variety1 Origin Year

Released

Relative

Maturity

Seed2

Color

Plant

Height

Wilt Relative Yield
Webster SD 1998 late br tall MR v. good
Cathay ND 1998 mid br. med MR v. good
Pembina ND 1998 mid br. med MR v. good
CDC-Valour Can. 1996 early br. short MR v.good
AC-Watson Can. 1996 early br. short MR v.good
CDC-Normandy Can. 1995 mid. br. short MR v.good
AC-Emerson Can. 1994 mid. br. med. VR v.good
McDuff Can. 1993 late br. med.tall MR v.good
Linora Can. 1993 late br. tall R v.good
Flanders Can. 1989 late br. med. MS good
Omega ND 1989 mid yel. med. MS v.good
Neche ND 1988 mid br. med. R good
Prompt SD 1988 early br. med. MR good
Linton ND 1985 early br. med. R v.good
Rahab 94 SD 1994 mid br. med. MR good
NorMan Can. 1984 mid br. med. MR good
NorLin Can. 1982 early br. med. MS good
McGregor Can. 1980 late br. tall R v.good
AC Carnduff Can. 1998 mid/late br. med. tall MR v.good
CDC Arras Can. 1999 mid. br. med. MR v.good
CDC Bethume Can. 1999 mid./late br. med. tall MR v.good

1 All varieties have resistance to prevalent races of rust; all have good oil yield and oil qulaity.

2 br = brown, yel = yellow.


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