Winter Wheat Variety Test Results

Click on the county link to view the Excel (.xlsx file) spreadsheet table showing the most recent test plot results for your area. The 2018 Fall Seed Guide for wheat, barley, and triticale is now available.

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Archived Winter Wheat Variety Results

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