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Kansas State University

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Manhatan, KS 66506

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Extension Agronomy

Kansas Wheat Variety Guide 2022 now available

Variety selection is one of the most important decisions that a grower can make to ensure success on their farm. Now is the time when wheat producers across Kansas are reviewing yield data and making decisions about the varieties they will plant in the fall. Although yield is always a top priority, disease and insect resistance, along with appropriate agronomic traits, can buffer against crop losses. In addition, genetic resistance to diseases and insect pests can be the most effective, economical, and environmentally sound method for control.

The Kansas Wheat Variety Guide 2022 (formerly called Wheat Variety Disease and Insect Ratings), from K-State Research and Extension, has now been released for this year. Agronomic characteristics, disease, and pest resistance information is included, as well as profiles that highlight some more common or new varieties for the state of Kansas.

Updates this year include the addition of variety profiles for varieties KS Hamilton,  KS Ahearn, LCS Revere, as well as disease, insect, and agronomic ratings for several other new varieties.

Ratings in this publication represent results from field and greenhouse evaluations by public and private wheat researchers at multiple locations over multiple years.

An electronic version of the Kansas Wheat Variety Guide 2022 MF991 can be found here: https://www.bookstore.ksre.ksu.edu/pubs/MF991.pdf

 

 

Kelsey Andersen Onofre, Extension Wheat and Forage Pathologist
andersenk@ksu.edu

Erick De Wolf, Plant Pathologist
dewolf1@ksu.edu

Romulo Lollato, Wheat and Forages Specialist
lollato@ksu.edu

Jeff Whitworth, Extension Entomology
jwhitwor@ksu.edu