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WestBred Wheat Growers Make Up Nearly 50 Percent of National Winners in Yield Contest

WestBred wheat announced that 22 WestBred growers placed at the national and/or state levels in the 2017 National Wheat Yield Contest. The National Wheat Yield Contest, organized by the National Wheat Foundation (NWF), highlights the practices of growers that maximize production.

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Calculate & Compare Potential Yields

Find out how planting certified seed can increase your yield potential, compared to replanting saved seed. Plus, see the difference an Optimal Seeding Rate can make, compared to planting by the pound.

I knew WB1529 was a new and upcoming variety, so I thought it would be the best one to enter into the contest. I was extremely happy with the yield results; WB1529 was one of the best varieties I’ve planted this year.
Jason Beechinor - Walla Walla, Washington

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Disease Management for Wheat

Some diseases such as Fusarium head blight and viral diseases must be managed before symptoms appear to help protect yield potential.

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Spring Blizzard Delays Wheat Planting

For many U.S. farmers, 2018 planting was delayed by a long, harsh (and seemingly never-ending) winter. WestBred® Technical Product Manager Grant Mehring spoke with the editor of Tri-State Neighbor to share a few tips for making the most of a delayed wheat planting.