Originator – Plant Production Institute named after V.Ya. Yuriev of NAAS.
Registration year – 2008.
Recommended for growing in the forest-steppe and woodlands.
Variety – lutescens.
The plant height is 110-130 cm. Stems are strong and lodging-resistant. Winter hardiness is above average (7.5 points).
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 220-230. The conditioner-free loaf volume is 550-650 mL. The total bread-making score is 9.
The potential yield of grain is 10.0 t/ha.
This cultivar is recommended to sow after sown fallow, perennial grasses or silage corn. The optimal sowing time – 1st–15th of September. The seeding rate is 3.0-5.0 million germinable seeds per 1 hectare, depending on sowing time and forecrop.