2015 Kansas Performance Tests with Winter Wheat
The Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station annually compares both new and currently grown varieties in the state’s major crop-producing areas. These performance tests generate unbiased performance information designed to help Kansas growers select wheat varieties suited for their area and conditions.
Authored by Jane Lingenfelser, KSU Assistant Agronomist. Data collected/summarized by Bill Bockus, Plant Pathologist; Erick DeWolf, Plant Pathologist; Allan Fritz, Wheat Breeder; Mary Knapp, Weather Data Librarian; Jeff Whitworth, Entomologist; Rebecca Miller, Grain Science and Industry; Jim Shroyer, Agronomist; Eric Adee, Ottawa; Gary Cramer, Hutchinson; Andrew Esser, Scandia; James Kimball, Ottawa; Michael Larson, Scandia; Patrick Evans, Colby; Kelly Kusel, Parsons; Lonnie Mengarelli, Parsons; Alan Schlegel, Tribune; Clayton Seaman, Hays; Monty Spangler, Garden City; Guorong Zhang, Hays; Ming Chen; Richard Chen; Laura McLaughlin, USDA; Justin Knopf, Gypsum; Calvin Bohnert, Mankato.
Contribution number 16 - 021-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station.