The grain is white, medium to large sized,
rather long and flattened on the sides, with deep grooves.
Very popular for consumption.
In coontrast with the traditional variety of “Blanco Lechoso” chickpeas, KREMA has a somewhat longer cycle, stands taller and is more tolerant of cold weather (it can be sown in winter, in January or February), is more productive and has a grain suited to be packaged in a jar or dry, like the “castellano” type of chickpea.
This is one of the few malt varieties of European origin.
Its agricultural value is guaranteed, for its potential benefits and its adaptation to all types of soils.
It has the life cycle and resistance to disease needed to adapt to early sowing.
There are not many varieties like Odyssey, offering high quality for beer and for distilleries, as the industry has found.
Its low protein content and high calibre offer security to cereal growers.
Two-row, medium-cycle spring barley.
High production due to excellent tillering and good specific weight.
Good resistance to lodging and highly tolerant to disease.
Variety included by malters in Spain among the group of “”Preferred Varieties””, due to its high quality malt.
Pale autumn medium-cycle oats.
Tall plant, with an erect stalk highly resistant to lodging.
Excellent level of tillering.
Previsión can be used to obtain the grain or as animal feed.
Ideal for horse feed.
Adapted to all types of terrain, especially medium dry and arid farmland.
This is an original variety of indeterminate blooming, with high stalks, medium to small grains and exceptional potential yield.
Easy to sow due to the position of its first sheath and resistance to lodging.
Sowing can be brought forward thanks to its tolerance of cold weather and diseases, with a medium-late cycle to the start of blooming and medium,-early to maturity.
This is a spring wheat with very high potential production and excellent adaptability.
As regards its qualities for bread-flour, it has great extensibility, a parameter which is lacking in Spanish production and in greater demand by the flour industry. PROPERTIES
YIELD, HEALTH; STRENGTH.
Very early cycle, avoiding shrivelling.
It is remarkable for its ability to adapt to both the North and South of the peninsula.
Good response to diseases, no problems of lodging or Falling Number.
Strong wheat when the percentage of protein is high.
Medium cycle to sprouting and maturity.
High yield and stability.
Great adaptability to N and S of the Peninsula, Fr, It.
Very tolerant of Septoria
Medium cycle, both for sprouting and maturity.
Medium height with good tillering, which together with thigh fertility of its ear make AVISPA one of the most productive varieties on the market.he
Excellent response to diseases.
Its content and the quality of its gluten, its colour, high specific weight and glassiness make AVISPA a variety with very good technical quality.
Excellent combination of performance and technological quality.
Nº in the tests of RAEA and SAT in Cordoba 2010. Nº 1 in the Intercampaigns of GENVCE Sur, 2010-11.
Kiko Nick produces high quality semolina and meal: glassiness, protein content, gluten quality and colour.
Excellent response to diseases.
Medium-cycle variety which is widely distributed in areas where hard wheat is traditionally planted.
It guarantees high production every year.
Ideal variety for years with drought stress, due to its hardiness.
Strong resistance to lodging.
Medium cycle to sprouting and short to maturity.
Tall plant with a long ear, robust stalk which makes it resistant to lodging.
Variety which is tolerant of all types of disease.
The features of this variety make for interesting alternatives for the cultivation of Triticale in traditional areas.
Water content 77.1%.
Very rich in calories and proteins.
Containing vitamins: C, A, E, B1 and B2, specifically thiamine, niacin and folates.
Containing minerals such as Potassium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Zinc.
It is composed of anti-oxidants, lecithin, choline, Carbohydrates, Fibre and Beta carotenes.
Simple hybrid, medium-short cycle, somewhat shorter than FARAON.
Its genes make it partially or wholly resistant to varieties of broomrape.
Medium height and good development.
Convex carpels of medium-large size that are usually well-filled due to their high compatibility.
A variety that adapts very well to all types of soil, with excellent production.
It has excellent fat content.
Short cycle. Plant with globous structure and low height. It needs little regulation.
Large number of capsules, of average size and oval shape. Foliage easy to remove.
Fibre does not decline in maturity.
First collection will gather 90% of total production.
Excellent balance between early growth and resistance to Verticillium, being a variety which produces very high yields in areas where there is infestation of this fungi.
Excellent behaviour in limited terrains (poor fertility or even saline).