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Comandor

  • Comandor is a new DANKO winter wheat.
  • It is characterized by a high level of yield in both medium-intensive and intensive cultivation technology.
  • Perfect for medium quality and better soils.
  • It has grain with very good uniformity, high density, extraordinary glassiness and excellent quality parameters, on the border of E / A group. It is characterized by a record high falling number and gluten content (at the level of group E) and high protein content.
  • Wheat with good resistance to diseases, especially to yellow and brown rust and ear fusarium. There is no need to use intensive fungicide protection technology, which optimizes cultivation costs.
  • Very good winter hardiness – 4.5 on a 90 scale.
  • Has an increased tolerance to soil acidification, which means that it can be cultivated in soils with unregulated pH.
  • It is a medium height variety with good stiffness. In conditions of intensive cultivation technology it requires shortening or stiffening of the stem.
  • Comandor has a very good pre-harvest sprouting resistance.
  • Very good tillering capacity, suitable for delayed sowing.
  • The sowing rate in the optimal sowing term is 320-360 germinating seeds per m2, ie: ca. 160-180 kg/ha.

Comandor

NEW

This grain makes good bread!

Group E/A
Winter hardiness 4,5
Suits to sow after corn
For milling-baking purposes
High disease resistance
Gold medal
High yielding
  • Comandor is a new DANKO winter wheat.
  • It is characterized by a high level of yield in both medium-intensive and intensive cultivation technology.
  • Perfect for medium quality and better soils.
  • It has grain with very good uniformity, high density, extraordinary glassiness and excellent quality parameters, on the border of E / A group. It is characterized by a record high falling number and gluten content (at the level of group E) and high protein content.
  • Wheat with good resistance to diseases, especially to yellow and brown rust and ear fusarium. There is no need to use intensive fungicide protection technology, which optimizes cultivation costs.
  • Very good winter hardiness – 4.5 on a 90 scale.
  • Has an increased tolerance to soil acidification, which means that it can be cultivated in soils with unregulated pH.
  • It is a medium height variety with good stiffness. In conditions of intensive cultivation technology it requires shortening or stiffening of the stem.
  • Comandor has a very good pre-harvest sprouting resistance.
  • Very good tillering capacity, suitable for delayed sowing.
  • The sowing rate in the optimal sowing term is 320-360 germinating seeds per m2, ie: ca. 160-180 kg/ha.

Main agricultural and utility characteristics

9° scale
Time of ear emergencemedium Protein content5.0High
Time of ripeningmedium Wet gluten amount7.0High
Height of the plantmediumSprouting resistance5.0Good
Weight of 1000 grainsHighLodging resistance7.1Good
Winter hardiness4.5High

Diseases resistance

9° scale
Mildew7.8HighEar septoria7.9High
Brown rust7.8HighEar fusarium7.8High
Yellow rust8.9HighFoot diseases7.7Good
Leaves septoria6.8MediumDTR7.6Good