Wheat can be grown as a cover crop or for grain, making it a good addition to a crop rotation system.

Description

Wheat can be grown as a cover crop or for grain, making it a good addition to a crop rotation system. It should be seeded at about 100 lbs per acre. When it is grown as a grain crop, it offers the option of being double cropped with sorghum sudan, radishes, or other cover crops.

KF15334

Description:

  • Good response to intensive management with PGR addition
  • Excellent tolerance to current strains of stripe rust
  • Great Looking – very dark green uniform plants with very long grain heads
KF15241

Description:

  • Multiple-year yield leader over wide geographical area
  • Strong tillering ability – adapted to wide rows
  • Excellent winter – hardiness
  • Very strong tolerance to head scab plus very low DON scores
  • Fungicide recommended to control stripe rust
KF15639

Description:

  • Taller beaded variety with strong resistance to stripe rust and Setoriatritci
  • Excellent straw strength
KF667

Description:

  • Highest yielding variety in 2016 Upper Midwest trials at 114% of mean
  • Very High Test weight
  • Very good straw strength
KF727

Description:

  • Excellent tolerance to current strains of stripe rust
  • Metribuzin (Sencor) tolerance
  • Outstanding tolerance to head scab and powdery mildew
  • Great standablility and easy harvest of medium-height plants