Monico Oats


Monico was jointly released by Idaho, Montana, and Colorado Agricultural Experiment Stations in 2001. Monico is an early to mid-season, relatively tall spring oat with excellent yield potential under both irrigated and dryland conditions. Juvenile plant growth is erect and immature foliage is blue-green in color. Kernels of Monico are typically plump, mid-long, creamy white, and similar in appearance to those of Otana, Cayuse, and Monida.

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