Minnesota Hard Spring Wheat

Information

Minnesota Official Variety Trials Website
Current Year Variety Trial Results
NDSU Ag Extension DON Publication
NDSU Ag Extension FHB Publication


Contacts

University of Minnesota Hard Red Spring Breeder: Dr. James Anderson
University of Minnesota Small Grains Pathologist: Dr. Ruth Dill-Macky
University of Minnesota Small Grains Extension Agronomist: Dr. Jochum Wiersma


Most Effective Fungicides
Brand Rate Timing Efficacy
Prosaro (Bayer) 6.5 to 8.2 fl oz per acre Anthesis (Feekes 10.51) Good
Caramba (BASF) 13.5 to 17 fl oz per acre Anthesis (Feekes 10.51) Good
Proline (Bayer) 5 to 5.7 fl oz per acre Anthesis (Feekes 10.51) Good
Tebuconazole (Generics) 4.0 fl oz per acre Anthesis (Feekes 10.51) Fair
Miravis Ace 13.7 fl oz per acre Anthesis (Feekes 10.51) Good
Supplemental Information Courtesy of North Central Regional Committee on Management of Small Grain Diseases (NCERA-184): Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Wheat Diseases
2019 MR Hard Spring Wheat Varieties
Entry NameSourceFHB RatingFHB Resistance
TCG-Climax21st Century Genetics4MR/MS
CP3530CROPLAN by Winfield United4MR/MS
Dyna-Gro AmbushDyna-Gro4MR/MS
LCS RebelLimagrain Cereal Seeds4MR/MS
LCS TriggerLimagrain Cereal Seeds3-4MR/MS
ND-VitProNorth Dakota State University3MR
ProsperNorth Dakota State University4MR/MS
BoostSouth Dakota State University4MR/MS
SurpassSouth Dakota State University4MR/MS
SY 611 CL2Syngenta-AgriPro3-4MR/MS
SY IngmarSyngenta-AgriPro4MR/MS
SY ValdaSyngenta-AgriPro4MR/MS
BollesUniversity of Minnesota4MR/MS
Lang-MNUniversity of Minnesota3MR
Lang-MN (0.7X)University of Minnesota3MR
MN-WashburnUniversity of Minnesota4MR/MS
RollagUniversity of Minnesota3MR
ShellyUniversity of Minnesota4MR/MS

FHB Resistance - MR=Moderate Resistant, MS=Moderate Susceptible, S=Susceptible, Rating - 1-9 where 1 is the best and 9 is the worst


* Please Note: The USWBSI recommends the planting of Moderate Resistant (MR) varieties, public or private, as an effective way to help manage FHB. Varieties with a rating of MR or better for FHB were determined through official state variety trials and/or recommendations from each state’s public small grain specialists.