Department of Agronomy
A new hulless oat, James, C.I. 5015, has been described. This variety was derived from the cross of ( Bond x Double Cross Bond) x Nakota. It is stiff-strawed, mid-early and has produced a high yield of good quality grain in eastern South Dakota. James has the White Russian type of stem rust resistance, Puccinia graminis avenae, Eriks, and Henn., and the Bond type leaf rust resistance, Puccinia coronata (Pers.) Cda. It is resistant to both species of smut, U stilago kolleri Wille. and Ustilago avenae (Pers.) Rostr.
James Hulless oats
South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts
Grafius, J. E. and Dirks, V. A., "James Hulless Oats" (1950). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 401.