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The naked oat is occasionally cultivated for its edible seed which is easily separated from the husk by threshing. It is therefore suitable for cultivation on a small scale, though its yields are lower than conventional oat species. There are some named varieties.Oats are in general easily grown plants but, especially when grown on a small scale, the seed is often completely eaten out by birds. Some sort of netting seems to be the best answer on a garden scale.
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