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  • Medium maturity variety with a wide geographic adaptation & good southern movement
  • Exciting yield potential combined with good yield stability 
  • Excellent winter hardiness & resistance for stripe rust 
  • Replaces our popular 9053 in the Mid South region
  • New in 2015 and has quickly become one of our most popular varieties
  • Medium maturity variety with resistance for Hessian fly and stripe rust
  • Bearded with medium height and very good straw strength
  • Widely adapted across most soil types in the upper Midwest and east coast regions
  • High yield potential for higher management acres and farmers like the discontinued 9042
  • Excellent tillering ability allows for use in 15" planting row widths 
  • Medium height bearded variety at medium-early maturity 
  • Ideal companion for our popular 9012 variety 
  • Well adapted for use in the lower Midwest and Mid South regions
  • Great ratings for straw strength, test weight, and Fusarium head scab
  • Tillers nicely, slightly more than 9012
  • New very early maturity variety that replaces our V9710 for increased yield in this maturity
  • Attractive medium-tall plants with average tillering
  • Widely adapted to most soil types, but excels in higher yield situations
  • Ideal for farmers that need to push harvest earlier for double crop 
  • Farmers should be ready to harvest timely; 9600 will mature earlier than others
  • New soft white winter wheat variety with exciting performance and attractiveness 
  • Data shows good southern movement into Northern Ohio and Indiana
  • Overall great ratings for foliar diseases and for head scab. 
  • Great test weights and straw strength
  • A new variety with powerful agronomics for the MidSouth and parts of the East
  • Fhb1 type II Fusarium head scab resistance marker 
  • Perfect combo for the South; excellent on stripe rust, Hessian fly, Fusarium head scab 
  • Adapted to NC, TN, AR and areas south of this line
  • Needs good vernalization; avoid the southern half of the gulf states (see map) 
  • An exciting new variety with explosive yield potential 
  • Fhb1 type II Fusarium head scab resistance marker
  • Widely adapted to most soils in the Midwest and East coast 
  • Average stripe rust ratings have limited Mid-South adaptability in research data 
  • Aggressive tillering and great winter hardiness

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  • New medium maturity awned variety with amazing attractiveness
  • Fhb1 type II Fusarium head scab resistance marker 
  • Great yield potential with nice research data that shows yield stability as well 
  • Adapted to most soils throughout the Midwest, East, and Mid-South
  • Monitor for stripe rust in the Mid-South or areas known for high stripe rust 
  • New genetics for the south and the east coast regions 
  • H13 gene expression for Hessian fly resistance
  • A widely adapted variety with exciting yield potential and high grain test weight 
  • Northern movement can cause early heading and late spring freeze risk (see tech sheet map)
  • Highly resistant to Soil Borne Mosaic virus
  • Early maturing soft red winter variety for the Midwest 
  • Medium plant height with strong straw strength and high test weight grain
  • Good resistance scores for leaf rust and powdery mildew
  • Strong scores for Fusarium Head Scab and Soil-Borne Mosaic Virus
  • Replaces Dyna-Gro 9031 with significant improvement in yield and standability 
  • Seed at 1.4 to 1.7 million seeds per acre
  • Earlier maturity makes this an ideal variety for early double-cropping
  • Ideal choice for poorly drained and variable soil types
  • Medium-early bearded variety with exceptional yield potential 
  • Medium-short plant height with outstanding straw strength
  • Very good ratings for leaf rust, powdery mildew and stripe rust 
  • Tolerant to yellow mosaic, soil-borne mosaic and barley yellow dwarf viruses
  • Widely adapted to all wheat growing regions north of I- 20
  • Seed at 1.4 to 1.7 million seed per acre
  • Shorter plant height and maturity makes this a top choice for double-crop growers
  • Great straw strength to handle higher levels of nitrogen and fertility
  • Soft white winter wheat line with exceptional yield potential
  • Medium-early maturity with awned heads and nice eye appeal 
  • Medium-short plant height with excellent straw strength 
  • Strong ratings for powdery mildew and Stagnospora glume blotch 
  • Evaluated as experimental WX13612W 
  • Seed at 1.6 to 1.9 million seeds per acre
  • Excels under high fertility management and better soils
  • Fungicides suggested for reducing head scab incidence levels
  • Hard red winter variety that excels under intensive management
  • Exceptional yields and standability under irrigation
  • Moderately resistant to leaf & stripe rust, powdery mildew and barley yellow dwarf virus
  • Not recommended for lower yield dryland environments
  • Best performance under irrigation or areas with adequate rainfall
  • 1.2 to 1.5 seeding rate
  • Excellent response to fungicides and high management systems
  • Check for proper planting depth to assure adequate stand establishment, especially in high residue spots
  • Bearded medium maturity variety with high yield potential & high test weight grain
  • Medium plant height with very good straw strength 
  • Strong ratings to Fusarium head scab, powdery mildew and stripe rust
  • Excellent winter hardiness and adapted across all soil types
  • Widely adapted across the Midwest, Mid-South and eastern coastal regions 
  • Seed at 1.5 to 1.7 million seeds per acre
  • Great choice for double-crop growers and no-till plantings after corn
  • Ideal for higher levels of nitrogen, fertility and top management programs
  • Seed at 1.6 to 1.8 million seeds per acre
  • Excellent response to high levels of fertility and management
  • Fungicides suggested for stripe rust control
  • Seed at 1.6 to 1.8 million seeds per acre
  • Highly responsive to intensive management and high fertility programs
  • Fungicides suggested for stripe rust control
  • New hard red winter variety for both irrigated and dryland acres
  • Widely adapted to a large geography
  • Excellent winter hardiness for areas where tough winters are common
  • Handles heat and moisture stress very well; finishes well in adverse conditions
  • Will be an early maturity in the northern plains areas of SD and MT
  • 600k to 1.3
  • Avoid excessive seeding rates, nitrogen rates, and excessive watering
  • Manage disease pressure with a foliar fungicide
  • Seed at 1.3 to 1.6 million seeds per acre
  • Excellent choice where leaf and stripe rust occurs with frequency
  • Consider fungicides for control of higher levels of powdery mildew
  • Seed at 1.4 to 1.6 million seeds per acre
  • Strong choice for 15" rows, no-till after corn and poorly drained fields
  • Fungicides suggested for powdery mildew and leaf rust control
  • Seed at 1.4 to 1.6 million seeds per acre
  • Excellent choice for varying soils types and areas where head scab is a concern
  • Not recommended for areas where stripe rust occurs frequently
  • Seed at 1.4 to 1.6 million seeds per acre
  • Photoperiod sensitive with low vernalization requirement for southern areas
  • Fungicides may be warranted for stripe rust control in some areas
  • Seed at 1.5 to 1.7 million seeds per acre
  • Outstanding choice for high fertility and management
  • Plant after Hessian fly-free date and manage for Fusarium head blight