CDC Anson

Very short plant height

Rated ‘VG‘ for standability

Very high beta-glucan and early end-use demand

The Shortest Straw Available
A new white milling oat with very high yield potential and the best standability available. CDC Anson’s very short plant height is shorter than CS Camden and AC® Summit. It has outstanding milling characteristics with high plump percentages, low thins, excellent groat percentage, high beta-glucan content and total dietary fibre content. Has seen early end-use demand.
  • Excellent yield potential; 103% vs CS Camden, 104% vs AC Morgan
  • Very short plant height; 10 cm shorter than CS Camden
  • Excellent milling characteristics with high beta-glucan
Maturity: +3 Days vs CS Camden
Height: -9.3 cm vs CS Camden
Lodging Resistance: Very Good (1.7)
Crown Rust Rating: MR
Stem Rust Rating: S
Other Smuts Rating: R
BYDV Rating: MS
CS Camden

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Douglas Bernard Anson

Douglas Bernard Anson

In October 1970, 30 year old Constable Doug Anson and 40 year old Sgt. Bob Schrader, were shot and killed, while investigating a domestic dispute. Cst. Anson had eleven years of service and had been married for only two months. The officers were buried with full honours at the RCMP Cemetery at Depot Division Regina.