Black Oat (Avena strigosa) seed for sale

Discussion in 'General For Sale' started by Great In Grass, Mar 5, 2017.

  1. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    Black Oat (Avena strigosa) seed ex harvest 2016.

    Germ tested at the end of January 2017 at 88% with a purity figure of 99.90%,

    11 tonnes to move, all packed in 500kg bags.

    Cost:

    1 x 500kg bag: 0.85p per kilo

    1000kg to 2500kg: 0.80p per kilo

    3000kg plus: £0.75p per kilo

    Prices include delivery.
    Offer limited to England and Wales only
    Scotland please enquire there may be a slight carriage charge.

    Prices subject to revision at any time.
    PRICES QUOTED ARE STRICTLY SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.
    Please allow up to 7 days for delivery.

    Farm Equip
    Threemilestone
    Truro
    Cornwall

    Kevin
    07881 804442
     
    Last edited: Mar 6, 2017
  2. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    A little note, germ was tested at the end of this January just gone not 2016 as I originally listed. :rolleyes:
     
  3. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    Down to 9 tonne remaining :nailbiting::)
     
  4. Rob E

    Rob E Member

    Location:
    England
    What variety and what is TGW please?
     
  5. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    Down to 7.5 tonne remaining.
     
  6. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    I need to find out.
     
  7. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    I'm pretty certain the variety is "Luxuriant".
     
  8. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    We still have about 2 tonne remaining.
     
  9. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    ALL NOW SOLD!!! :)
     
  10. pellow

    pellow Member

    Location:
    Newquay
    was this a grass or a cereal?
     
  11. Great In Grass

    Location:
    Cornwall.
    A cereal Oat used in cover crops to help improve soil health and reducing soil erosion, can also be used as a green manure combined with nematode control.
     
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  12. Muck Spreader

    Muck Spreader Member

    Location:
    Limousin
    We grow Back Oats as a cereal crop, tends to be more robust than White Oats in our situation
     

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