Winter wheat Vistula
Special features of winter wheat Vistula
- Performs well in drought conditions.
- The highest protein content.
- Increased tolerance and high adaptability to changing soil and climate conditions.
- Excellent “A” quality variety with robust, very uniform grain, very high falling number, very high sedimentation number, high hectoliter weight, very high protein and gluten content, and very favorable rheological parameters of the dough, which affects its suitability for the milling and baking industry.
- High and stable yield level, confirmed also in drought-affected years.
- High health profile with very high resistance to the most important diseases of the species.
- Genes for resistance to powdery mildew and brown rust.
- Medium-tall plants, with stiff straw, resistant to lodging.
- Variety with mid maturity date and medium soil requirements, with high tolerance to soil acidification.
Utility and agricultural features
Type of variety
Full maturity date
Resistance to lodging
Tolerance to soil acidity
Seed density (pcs per sq.m)
Disease resistance according to Coboru:
Stem base diseases
8,2 very high
7,9 very high
Grain quality parameters
Density of grain at bulk
SDS sedimentation index
Wet gluten amount