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  • EP134
    EP134
    Tan Spot

    Tan spot of wheat is caused by a parasitic fungus called Pyrenophora tritici-repentis. Tan spot can be a serious problem in continuously cropped wheat fields.

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  • EP133
    EP133
    Septoria Tritici Blotch

    Symptoms of a wheat disease Septoria tritici blotch (speckled leaf blotch) include elongated tan lesions. This fungus is favored by frequent rainfall and cool weather.

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  • L926
    L926
    RonL Hard White Wheat

    RonL is best adapted to dryland production in western Kansas. It has equaled or bettered the performance of our best wheat varieties in that area since 2004.

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  • L927
    L927
    Fuller Hard Red Wheat

    Fuller is a bronze-chaffed, semidwarf hard winter wheat, most closely resembling Jagger. It is medium in height with average straw strength and excellent yield potential.

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  • L925
    L925
    Danby Hard White Wheat

    Danby is an awned, white-chaffed, hard white seeded wheat variety. It is nonshattering and has improved sprouting tolerance.

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