Variety - HAES 816
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HAES 816 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||45 - 47%|
|Kernel Wt||2.7 - 3.2g|
|First Grade||90 - 100%|
|Flower Season||Early Season|
|Harvest Season||Early Season|
|Abnorm Vertical (AVG)||Unknown|
HAES 816 proved to be one of the best performers in RVT 3. However it is not often planted due to severe disease issues.
- Good performer on paper.
- Severe disease in wet years.
- Generally no longer planted because it is regarded as being too much trouble.
In RVT Series 3 to year nine, HAES 816 was ahead of the average of standards at Alstonville, Booyan, Bundy Sugar, Childers and Wirra Willa.
Using accumulated Gross Income per Ha as a comparator, on average it was $8,600/Ha ahead 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 816||Mean of 5|
|B1 (De Cortez)||$7,174||$7,908|
|B3 (Bundy Sugar)||$7,755||7,563|
|Childers (to yr 7)||$17,560||$14,441|
|B4 (Wirra Willa)||$12,099||$10,513|
(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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