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Performance of wheat varieties in eastern Oregon

Performance of wheat varieties in eastern Oregon

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Published by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State College in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wheat -- Varieties -- Oregon, Eastern.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC.R. Rohde ... [et al.].
    SeriesCircular of information -- 564., Circular of information (Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 564.
    ContributionsRohde, C. R. 1922-, Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 leaves ;
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16141538M

    Oregon. It was estimated that more than 1,, acres of it were grown in the United States in (Fig. 6). Pacific Bluestem is the principal variety of wheat grown in the Sacramento Valley of California. There it usually is sown during the fall or winter, and by many growers it is considered a winter wheat. Until recently no variety of. The Pacific Northwest is the largest soft white winter wheat (SWWW) producing area in the United States. Three million acres are planted annually on average, yielding + million bushels. SWWW generally contains lower levels of protein and gluten, with higher levels of .

      Such wheat was field-tested in 16 states, including Oregon, from through , but Monsanto dropped the project before the wheat was ever approved for commercial planting.   An Oregon farmer discovered genetically engineered wheat growing in his field. Nobody knows how it got there. GMO wheat is not approved for sale in the U.S.

    – Present Extension Cereal Specialist, Assistant Professor, Oregon State University, Department of Crop and Soil Science, Corvallis, OR. –   Winter wheat is an excellent cool-season forage for white-tailed deer. Healthy, green, growing wheat contains more than 20 percent crude protein, and with less than 25 percent acid detergent fiber it is highly digestible. Forage yield is commonly 4, to 6, lbs./acre from October through March, and wheat is a relatively high-preference forage of white-tailed deer. In Read More.


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Powered by Hyrax Cited by: 2. Wheat Varieties ut Stwtem OteQatt C. ROHDE, W. HALL, M. JOHNSON, AND E. HOFFMAN* Introduction This circular presents the performance of wheat varieties tested in the Columbia Basin and Blue Mountain areas of eastern Oregon.

The Washington, Oregon and North Idaho Preferred Wheat Varieties brochure is produced by the PNW wheat commissions in an effort to provide quality data on varieties grown in the region. Varieties are ranked statistically by quality groupings within each class based on end-use quality from grain, milling and product quality testing.

It was built to sell flour to gold miners. Today, the largest flourmill on the Columbia Plateau is in Pendleton.

But, in the ’s most of Oregon’s wheat was grown in Willamette Valley. Shipping wheat to Portland from Eastern Oregon by riverboat or wagon cost the farmer too much.

The Other Oregon: Book reveals Eastern Oregon as you’ve rarely seen it. More than 85% of Oregon-grown wheat is exported, making it the #1 product shipped overseas through the Port of Portland. The relationship between interests east and west of the Cascades isn’t always so cut-and-dried.

who grew up in Central and Eastern Oregon and. Wheat represents one of the most important global sources of vegetable-based protein. As one of the top ten commodity crops in Oregon, wheat breeding must produce high quality varieties adapted to environments in both western and eastern Oregon.

Oregon provides a unique opportunity to breed wheat adapted to multiple environments with high disease. More systematic study of wheat varieties has been done by foreign investigators than by workers in the United States. FOREIGN CLASSIFICATIONS The existence of many different varieties of wheat has been recog- nized for more than 2, years.

Theophrastus {),^ ^ pupil ot Plato, in his Enquiry into Plants, written about B.C., states. wheat production. Variety selection Nutrient recommendations in this guide assume that an appropriate variety is selected for the site.

Select wheat varieties with agronomic and quality characteristics that match the growing environment. In western Oregon, consider varieties with good disease resistance and high yield potential. FreemanUniversity of NebraskanoneAlliance, Jagger, K experimentalFor a summary description, see Layton Ehmke’s Wheat Varieties for Kansas and the Great Plains — GallagherOklahoma Agricultural Research Foundation, OSUnoneDuster, Oklahoma exp.

that includes (OK)Latest report can be found in Layton Ehmke’s Wheat. Wheat Varieties detailing info on top planted HRW, HWW and HRS wheat varieties based on data from NCIA and NWB for the crop year. – Nebraska Crop Improvement Seed Guide including descriptions of all certified seed varieties (public and private) and where respective varieties can be purchased.

Heirloom Wheat Varieties. For example, this comment below on an article about the good gluten in einkorn pertained to the heirloom variety known as White Sonora Wheat.

This variety was introduced by a Jesuit priest name Eusebio Francisco Kino in the ’s. With the leading wheat varieties in Oregon and Washington, OSU’s Wheat Breeding Program has a long standing reputation for success. Each year, OSU tests more t genetically distinct lines specifically for the Pacific Northwest.

MERL has been evaluated in Virginia's Official State Variety Trial sinceand was evaluated throughout most of the soft red winter wheat region in the USDA-ARS Uniform Eastern Soft Red Winter Wheat Nursery from to MERL is widely adapted and provides producers and end users in the mid to deep South, mid-Atlantic, southern Corn.

Station Wheat Information The station plants several types of small grains each year. Different varieties of soft white wheat (winter and spring), hard red wheat and hard white wheat.

New varieties are being developed by university, USDA, and private breeding programs. In Oregon, new varieties are evaluated in the Oregon State University State Wide Variety Trial, testing them for three.

It is considered to be higher in gluten than the other ancient grains but still it is less than modern wheat varieties. It is also high in protein. Red Fife. Red Fife is a heritage grain first grown in by David Fife and his family in Ontario, Canada.

There is some controversy over whether this wheat is lower in gluten content that many of. Experiments at three locations in Eastern Oregon were initiated in to study the effects of variety, N fertilizer and location on grain yield and protein of HRW wheat.

Locations represent two low ( in.) and one intermediate (16 in.) rainfall zone. Seven rates of N fertilizer and three HRW varieties. Mission. The WSU Extension Cereal Variety Testing Program provides growers and the agribusiness industry with comprehensive information on the adaptation and performance of winter and spring wheat and barley varieties across the different climatic regions of eastern program also provides WSU and USDA/ARS wheat breeding programs a uniform testing and evaluation program.

Indeed, we have seen that with the recent scandalous find of unauthorized GMO wheat in an Eastern Oregon farmer’s field (results still TBD). So, those are the 3 basic ways of changing and developing varieties.

Test results for the 67 winter wheat varieties evaluated in are presented in Table 1. Tables 2 and 3 contain multi-year variety performance data. Depending on variety and test site, yields varied between and bushels per acre and test weight ranged from to pounds per bushel.

Varieties Rollin G. Sears, Wheat Breeder, Agronomy 7 Planting Practices James P. Shroyer, Extension Specialist, Crop Production Hans Kok, Extension Specialist, Soil and Water Conservation Curtis R.

Thompson, Extension Specialist, Crops and Soils, Southwest 9 Nutrient Management. Our principal goal is to breed wheat varieties that are uniquely adapted to organic agricultural systems in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) that has the potential to benefit organic farming systems and breeding programs around the country.

Very little attention has been paid by wheat breeders to address the needs of the organic sector. Wheat can be grown on any scale and in any environment in the.Oregon, and it is believed to have been grown also in California at an early (late.

It is reported to have been grown in Yolo County. Calif. as early as It was formerly the leading variety ill eastern Oregon and Washington.

but in recent years has been largely replaced by more productive varieties.AgriMAXX is an exciting variety for growers in the South looking to enhance performance. flies out of the ground with excellent plant vigor, great for no-fill environments.

adds a level of security with excellent Hessian fly resistance and a top-of-the-line defensive package againts foliar diseases such as powdery mildew, stripe.