Non-aristia wheat variety, very productive and mean indexes of bakery, very tolerant to drought and high ecological plasticity. Due to good resistance to wintering and high capacity of twinning, it is recommended to be grown in southern, south-eastern and western. Highly resistant to powdery mildew, rust resistance on average very resistant to breakdown, BALATON respond well to nitrogen fertilizer application.

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Morphological and physiological characteristics:

Variety of high production, good quality, non-aristia, Class A
Resistant to wintering
Resistance to lodging and drought
Mildew resistant
Average rust resistant
Suitable for bioethanol

biological potential: 11.000 kg/ha
undertaken production: 8000 – 10.000 kg/ha


Quality characteristics:

Hectoliter weight> 80 MMB: 45 – 55 g
Protein content: 13%
Wet gluten content: 25 to 30%
Fall index: 280 sec.


HUBERT is a type of non-aristia wheat nearistat, like Balaton variety of medium and medium-late maturity. With a capacity of twinning average to good, Hubert is recommended for all areas of culture. Has a very good resistance to wintering, the fall and mildew. Brown rust resistance in particular is good, and the complex of foliar diseases in general is very good.

Optimum time for sowing is September 25 to October 10. The rule is calculated to sow paint against MMB (average – 44.9 g), recommended density of 400 germinable seeds from m². Hubert ensure good yields, under the proper implementation of all technological links with well-formed grains, thus providing very good at grinding efficiency with better wet gluten content, falling index high (360 to 400 sec.) And stable with a large volume cooking.

It is recommended growth regulator (active ingredient: 400 g/clormequat chloride) at the end of brotherhood or early elongation straw – between the first and second internode (dose 1 to 1.5 L/ha).


Non-aristia wheat, which guarantees obtaining high yields, PEDRO is by far the most powerful kind of wheat, according to the Central Laboratory for Quality Seed Research of Austria, in front of the wheat types for bakery.
PEDRO meets all the specific attributes of the class to which it belongs: average maturity and undoubtedly healthier. Pedro is the best non-aristia wheat variety, suitable for all areas under wheat, ideal even for dry areas. Pedro can be planted after the optimum planting period, such as corn.

It is recommended growth regulator (active ingredient: 400 g / L chlormequat chloride) at the end of brotherhood or early elongation straw – between the first and second internode (dose 1 to 1.5 L / ha).