WB9707 Hard Red Spring Wheat

WB9707, a Hard Red Spring Wheat, offers growers a medium-late maturing variety with excellent yield potential and stability. WB9707 is suited for both dryland and irrigated acres and serves as an excellent companion variety to WB9668.

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WB9707 was in four of my large-variety strip trials (in southern Idaho and Montana) in 2019. It looked really good all season long with big heads and kernels that really got your attention. It’s a high-protein, high-yield combination.
Trenton Stanger | Technical Product Manager

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Recommended for the Northwest region and Montana region

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*Key Characteristics Rating Scale: 1=Excellent, 9=Poor.

 

Production

Value

 

Plant Height M-S  
Winter Hardiness 2  
Test Weight 1  
Standability 2  

 

Quality

Value

 

Protein Content

1  

                             

Pest and/or Disease Profile

Value

 

Fusarium Head Blight (Scab) 3  
Leaf Rust 5  
Powdery Mildew 4  
Yellow Stripe Rust 3  

 

Management

 

 

Value

 

Adaptation     NWR, MTR  
Class     HRS  
Herbicide Tolerance     -  
Maturity     M-L  
Planting Rate     M-H  
Type     A  
Yield Potential     1  
Plant Variety Protection     P  
Limited Use License Agreement Required     Y  
Crop System     IR, DR  
Contractual Agreement at Purchase     Y  
Patent Protection     P
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We’re in a very competitive protein market, where WB9668 really gets people’s attention with its consistently high protein. WB9707 has shown that it can compete with WB9668, if not beat it for both yield and protein.
Trenton Stanger | Technical Product Manager

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            ‎         Class:

            ‎         HRW = Hard Red Winter

            ‎         HRS = Hard Red Spring

            ‎         SRW = Soft Red Winter

            ‎         Durum = Durum

            ‎         HWW = Hard White Winter

            ‎         SWW = Soft White Winter

            ‎         HWS = Hard White Spring

            ‎         SWS = Soft White Spring

 

                     Maturity Codes:

                     E = Early

                     M-E = Medium-Early

                     M = Medium

                     M-L = Medium-Late

                     L = Late

 

                    Area of Adaptation:

                    CTR = Central Region

                    MTR = Montana Region

                    NTR = Northern Region

                    NWR = Northwest Region

                    STR = Southern Region

                    SWR = Southwest Region

 

                            Planting Rate:

                            M = Medium
                            M-H = Medium

                            H = High

 

                            Plant Height:

                            S = Short

                            M-S = Medium-Short

                            M = Medium

                            M-T = Medium-Tall

                            T = Tall

 

                            Herbicide Tolerance:

                            CL = Clearfield Production System

                            CLP/CL+ = Clearfield Plus Production System

 

                            Rating Scale:

                            1 - 2 = Excellent

                            3 - 4 = Very Good

                            5- 6 = Good

                            7 - 8 = Fair

    ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎ ‎‎‎ ‎‎ ‎‎ ‎‎ ‎‎ ‎‎ ‎‎ ‎‎                9 = Poor

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