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Sonas Oats
Sonas Oats
Our Price: €2.80

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Oat Sonas, Avena sativa A tall Irish heritage variety.  Average 300 seeds/ packet. more info
Hulless Oats
Hulless Oats
Our Price: €2.80

I don't know the name of this variety. It produces groats that are easily threshed out. The plants are short and produce better when autumn sown but can also be sown in spring.  Average 200 seeds/ packet. more info
Caffrey’s Oat
Caffrey’s Oat
Our Price: €2.80

Avena sativa A tall Irish variety. Oats are the hardiest of the cereals and will grow and ripen even in bad years. Oats will perform better on acid soils than wheat. Sow September- October or February March. Harvest when grain starts to harden. Average 200 seeds per packet

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Donegal Oats
Donegal Oats
Our Price: €2.80

Donegal oats Avena strigosa, This is an Irish heritage cultivar. Also known as grey or black oats.It is a reliable crop from spring sowing on even the most marginal of land. It has been grown in Europe since the Bronze age. Black oats were the predominate type of oat sown in this area until the 'white' A. saliva was introduced in the 1920's. It has rather gone out of fashion in Ireland. It has potential as a cover crop or green manure, and is used for that purpose on millions of acres in Brazil.
Sow directly in the ground in early spring. Harvest when the grain starts to harden and finish drying in bunches under cover. It his hulled so needs threshing and de-hulling before it can be cooked and eaten.

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Black Oats
Black Oats
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Black Oats Avena sativa This line of Black Oats has been selected and grown for many years at Milmore Downs in New Zealand where they grow it for animal feed because it has very long high quality stems which make it an excellent carbon crop. It is almost hulless but not quite. We got a small packet from the Koanga institute and grew it out n 2018. Average seeds per packet 200 more info
   
 
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