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      Oats are a type of annual cereal grass of the genus Avena. Oats are an important grain crop in the United States that can be found in just about every state. Oats are either fall or spring planted with fall seedings being more common in the milder climates where overwintering is possible.  

      TAMO 606 oat is a high grain and forage producing winter oat cultivar that is adapted to North Texas. TAMO 606 oats grain carries a very good bushel weight averaging 34 – 36 pounds per bushel. TAMO 606 is moderately short in height, has very little lodging, and has good winter hardiness. TAMO 606 oat’s have good crown rust resistance and have a known area of adaptation north of Interstate 10 and south of Oklahoma.


      Common Name: Oats
      Variety: TAMO 606 (Certified)
      Family: Poaceae
      Genus: Avena
      Species: sativa
      Origin: Introduced


      Longevity: Annual
      Season: Cool
      Height: 3' - 5'


      PH Range: 5.5 - 7.0


      Rate Per Acre: 64
      Planting Dates: 9/15 - 12/31
      Seeds Per Pound: 14,000
      Planting Depth: 1/2"