Originator – Plant Production Institute named after V.Ya. Yuriev of NAAS.
Pamiat Khudoierka was included in the State Register of Plant Varieties Suitable for Dissemination in Ukraine in 2011 for growing in the steppe, forest-steppe and woodlands.
Variety – vulgare.
Plant height = 100-130 cm.
Highly resistant to lodging, shedding and in-spike germination.
High frost tolerance and winter hardiness (8-9 points).
High drought resistance (7-8 points).
Resistance to major diseases.
Grains are large, oval, grayish-green. The 1000-grain weight is 32-38 g. The crude protein content is 12.4%. The falling number is 280–330 sec. The bread-making qualities are good.
The potential yield is 8.5 t/ha.
This cultivar is not demanding to forecrops. The recommended seeding rate is 4 million germinable seeds per 1 hectare.
Seed production peculiarities: distance separation for seed crops is 2,000 m.