Originators – Plant Production Institute named after V.Ya. Yuriev of NAAS, Volyn State Agricultural Research Station.
Registration year – 2020.
Recommended for growing in the forest-steppe and woodlands.
Variety – suberythrospermum.
Mid-ripening. The plant height is 110 cm. The lodging-resistance score is 9. Winter hardiness is increased (8.5 points). Drought resistance is high (9 points).
This cultivar is highly resistant to drought, brown, yellow and stem rusts, smut, and powdery mildew.
Grains are well-filled, elongated, smooth. The 1000-grain weight is 45 g. Flour-milling and bread-making qualities are high. The protein content in grain is 13.5-14.9%. The crude gluten content is 24-28%. The GDI is 50. The flour strength is 180-230. The conditioner-free loaf volume is 700 mL. The total bread-making score is 9.
The potential yield of grain is 12.0 t/ha. Yelan is high-yielding regardless of sowing time. In variety trials, the five-year average yield was 10.4 t/ha.
This cultivar is tolerant to late sowing and non-fallow predecessors. The seeding rate is 4.5-5.0 million seeds per 1 hectare.