Variety - HAES 741
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HAES 741 is an industry standard variety included in RVT Series 3 for comparison. This page presents information about in the same format as our variety pages to aid growers’ decision making.
|Royalty Status||Public Domain (no royalty)|
|Kern Recovery||36 - 44%|
|Kernel Wt||2.5 - 3.0g|
|First Grade||90 - 100%|
|Flower Season||Early to Mid|
|Abnorm Vertical (AVG)||Susceptable|
HAES 741 performed poorly in RVT 3 despite its status as industry standard.
- Healthy tree apart from AVG
- Poor overall performance
- AVG susceptability makes it an in inappropriate choice for many Northern areas.
In RVT Series 3 to year nine, HAES 741 was behind the average of standards at all sites where it was planted except Booyan. It was not planted at Wirra Willa.
Using accumulated Gross Income per Ha as a comparator, on average it was $5,680/Ha behind the standards by year nine of RVT 3.
Note the following table uses mean annual Gross Income/Ha/Yr as opposed to accumulated value above.
|Gross Income/Ha/Yr in RVT3|
Mean of Years 4 to 9, $5/kg base price
|HAES 741||Mean of 5|
|B1 (De Cortez)||$6,588||$7,908|
|B3 (Bundy Sugar)||$7,431||7,563|
(Orange/Green change indicates positive cash flow)
(Yellow sections indicate hand strip)
Our more detailed discussion of RVT Series 3 results is available here.
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