Deliver is an awnless wheat released in 2004 by OAES and the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Deliver’s pedigree is Yantar, a Bulgarian cultivar, as well as Chisholm and Karl.
Deliver is intermediate in plant height and is about the same height as 2174. Heading date is comparable to 2174 and Ok102 but a few days later than Ok101 and Jagger. It is moderately susceptible to lodging similar to Jagger and Cutter. Deliver is not well adapted to critically low soil pH.
Deliver is resistant to leaf rust (in adult plants), stripe rust, and wheat soilborne mosaic and moderately resistant to septoria leaf and glume blotch. It is moderately susceptible to tan spot and wheat streak mosaic virus. Kernel size has been large and consistent (determined by the weight of kernels retained on a No. 7 screen).
North-central Oklahoma is the primary area of adaptation spreading to southwestern and northwestern Oklahoma as secondary areas. Deliver may be recommended for a dual-purpose system, a grain-only system or a hay-production system.
U.S. Protected Variety (PVPA 1994 and Title V) – to be sold by variety name only as a class of certified seed.
- Leaf Color
- Growing Cycle
- Sun Requirement
- Full Sun
- Planting Season
- Fall - Late-Summer
- Plant Depth
- Minimum Soil Temp for Germination
- 42° F
- Seeds Per Pound
- Super Division
- TRITICUM AESTIVUM