(1) Classification of prominent varieties for South Dakota, according to color, time required for maturity, and shape of panicle. Pages 348 to 350
(2) Illustrations of some typical varieties grown in South Dakota. Pages 351 to 363
(3) Highest yields of grain at Brookings have been securedfrom Sixty-day, Swedish Select and North Finnish Black, in order named. Page 364
(4) At Highmore, the most productive varieties tested are Swedish Select or Belyak, Sixty-day or Kherson, Red Algerian and North Finnish, Page 365
(5) Present data indicate that Sixty-day, an early variety and Swedish Select, a late variety, are most successful for conditions of this test. Pages 366.
(6) Short time comparisons of two varieties at Cottonwood and Eureka are not yet sufficient to lead to permanent conclusions. Page 368.
(7) History of certain varieties. Pages 369.
grain production, oat strains, oat yields, avena sativa
South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
Hume, A.N. and Champlin, Manley, "Some Varieties and Strains of Oats and their Yields in South Dakota" (1914). Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins. 149.