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      WINTER VARIETIES

  • YS D862 (Club) – SWW
    • Height 28-30 inches
    • Medium Straw Strength
    • Early to Medium Maturity
    • Heading dates 148-152 Julian Days
    • 130-133 BU/AC for Mid to High Rainfall (Irrigated) Zones
    • Winter Hardy
    • Good Emergence
    • Excellent Falling Numbers
    • Rust Resistant
    • Foot and Crown Rot Tolerance
  • YS 201- SWW
    • Height 30-32 inches
    • Good Straw Strength
    • Medium Maturity
    • Heading dates 140-147 Julian Days
    • Excellent Milling Quality
    • Excellent Falling Numbers
    • 132-154 BU/AC for Mid to High Rainfall (Irrigated) Zones
    • Rust Resistant
    • Foot and Crown Rot Tolerance
  • YS 215- SWW
    • Height 30-32 inches
    • Good Straw Strength
    • Medium Maturity
    • Heading dates 135-142 Julian Days
    • Good Milling Quality
    • Good Falling Numbers
    • 132-155 BU/AC for Mid to High Rainfall (Irrigated) Zones
    • Rust Resistant
    • Foot and Crown Rot Tolerance
  • YS 221- SWW
    • Height 32-34 inches
    • Good Straw Strength
    • Medium Maturity
    • Heading dates 142-147 Julian Days
    • Good Milling Quality
    • Good Falling Numbers
    • 134-159 BU/AC for Mid to High Rainfall (Irrigated) Zones
    • Winter Hardy
    • Good Emergence
    • Rust Resistant
    • Foot and Crown Rot Tolerance
  •  YS 261- SWW
    • Height 30-32 inches
    • Good Straw Strength
    • Medium Maturity
    • Heading dates 140-144 Julian Days
    • Good Milling Quality
    • Good Falling Numbers
    • 132-160 BU/AC for Mid to High Rainfall (Irrigated) Zones
    • Winter Hardy
    • Good Emergence
    • Rust Resistant
    • Foot and Crown Rot Tolerance

We also carry these familiar wheat varieties

  • Cashup – awned, semi-dwarf, mid-season maturity, good test weight and straw strength. Yield performance excellent under high rainfall, irrigated, dryland conditions, very winter hardy. Excellent resistance to leaf, stripe, and stem rust. Acceptable milling, good baking quality.
  • Madsen –  semi-dwarf, stiff straw, mid-early season, heavy yield, intermediate winter hardiness. First USA SWW wheat with noticeable resistance to strawbreaker foot rot. Resistant to common bunt, stripe, leaf, and stem rust, powdery mildew. Excellent milling and moderate baking quality.
  • Kelse – Intermediate height, semi-dwarf with lax, tapering, erect curvature inflorescence with tan awns and glumes long in length. First HRS variety released in the PNW confirmed to have HTAP resistance to stripe rust. Superior end-use quality attributes.
  • NW 553 – awned, white chaff, medium-short semi-dwarf, mid-season maturity, more cold tolerant than Stephens. Resistant to stripe rust, moderately susceptible to strawbreaker foot rot. High yield potential, targeted to medium-high rainfall areas.
  •  LaVina Barley – 2 rowed hooded Spring Barley, cross between Haybet and Baronessa, developed by USDA-ARS and the Montana Experiment Station and was released in April 1989.

 

 

 

 

Please contact us for accurate information on what varieties we currently have available, as this is ever changing as we sell our seed. We also can provide information on upcoming varieties that may be of interest to you or your business. We have variety brochures available to mail, email, or pick-up in person. You may also message us directly from this website here.

 

Yield Star Variety Data

Winter Data for Catalog21024_1

Non-YS variety descriptions courtesy of the WSCIA.