Spring Wheat

Spring 2016 Wheat, Cereals and Seed Treatments

Spring Wheat


WB GUNNISON

• Best Variety for Heavy Sawfly Pressure
• Excellent Yield Potential
• Great Thrashability
• Very Good Standability


CORBIN

• Large Area of Adaptation
• Light Wheat Stem Sawfly Tolerance
• Very Good Yield Potential
• Best Suited for Dryland Acres


WB9668

• Excellent Yield Potential
• Excellent Yellow (Stripe) Rust Resistance
• Adapted Mainly for Irrigated Ground


VIDA

• High Yield
• Stay Green Gene (later maturing)
• Light Sawfly Tolerance (Pheromone)


NEW WB9377


• Solid Stem for Sawfly Management
• Outstanding Test Weight Potential
• Excellent Protein Potential
• Very Good Disease Package (Stripe) Rust


DUCLAIR


• Choteau Replacement
• Solid Stem Sawfly Tolerance
• Medium Protein
• Better Yield Potential than Choteau


SY-TYRA


• Great Yield Potential Dryland or Irrigated
• Early Maturing Variety
• Easy Thrashing
• Lower Protein


Clearfield


WB9879CLP


• Solid Stem for Sawfly Management
• Clearfield® Plus Technology (2 Gene)
• Excellent Standability
• Very Good Yield Potential


SY605CLP


• Good Yield Potential
• Very Good Test Weight
• High Protein
• Clearfield® Plus Technology (2 Gene)


Barley


HOCKET


• High Yield Potential for Dryland
• Great Test Weight and Plumps
• Holds Low Protein Over Stressful Conditions
• Narrower End Use Range vs. AC Metcalfe


AC METCALFE


• Large Area of Adaptation
• Most Widely Contracted Variety
• Great Malting Characteristics


VESPA – FEED


• Superior Straw Strength for Irrigation
• Suited for Dryland or Irrigated Acres
• Excellent Yield Potential
• Replaces Champion and Haxby


LAVINA – HAY


• Good Tonage Per Acre
• Suited for Irrigated or Dryland
• Much Improved Grain Yield vs. Haybet
• Baronesse/Haybet Cross


Durum


ALZADA


• Excellent Yield Potential
• Excellent Gluten Strength
• Early Maturing
• Premium Contracted Durum


TRANSEND


• High Yield Potential for Dryland
• Low Cadmium Variety
• Medium Maturity
• Taller Variety

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