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Savello winter wheat

A soft Group 4 wheat that yields particularly well in the North. SAVELLO has positive distilling ratings and good grain quality.

Savello winter wheat

End-use group: Soft Group 4

Market options: Livestock feed

Soil preference: Suitable for all soil types

Regional positioning: Performs well in all regions

Parentage: Cassius x Hereford

Breeding insights

"We were particularly impressed with SAVELLO’s Northern yields from the start, it has consistently performed in Scotland over each year in trial. Its maturity is also relatively early for a soft wheat, which should be a bonus in wet harvests."
- Kathryn Hamlen

Kath Hamlen

Variety overview

We've compared a few varieties on the AHDB Recommended List 2017/18 and shared some key statistics we think you'll be interested in.  Download the variety sheet for some more in depth information you can carry with you everywhere.

 

Yield

 

Untreated Yield

Treated Yield

Savello

81

103

Leeds

71

102

KWS Santiago

69

103

 % treated control

 

Disease profile

 

Mildew 

(1-9)

Yellow rust

(1-9)

Brown rust

(1-9)

Septoria tritici (1-9)

Eyespot

Savello

7

8

4

5.3

[4]

Leeds

3

6

5

4.6

4

KWS Santiago

5

6

5

4.3

4

[ ] = limited data

Agronomic features

 

Resistance to Lodging % (UT)

Resistance to Lodging % (T)

Height (cm) (UT)

Maturity

(days +/- JB Diego)

Savello

6

7

88

0

Leeds

7

8

86

+2

KWS Santiago

7

7

86

+1

[ ] = limited data

 

Grain quality

 

Endosperm texture

Protein content (%)

Hagberg Falling Numer

Specific Weight

(kg/hl)

Savello

Soft

11.0

216

74.3

Leeds

Soft

11.1

206

77.7

KWS Santiago

Hard

11.1

168

75.1

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