Syngenta Introduces Two Spring Wheat Varieties for the Pacific Northwest

 
Syngenta Introduces Two Spring Wheat Varieties for the Pacific Northwest

As 2016 spring wheat variety selection continues in the Pacific Northwest, Syngenta reminds growers to implement proactive management plans including varieties selection. Adding to its portfolio of AgriPro brand wheat varieties, Syngenta is introducing SY Coho and SY Selway hard red spring wheat varieties.

“The Syngenta Cereals Research facility located in Cheney, Wash., continues to expand its scope to maximize grower profitability,” said Jim Helmerick, Syngenta senior wheat breeder in the Pacific Northwest. “These two new varieties provide producers with top-performing characteristics, including high protein content, test weights and yield.”

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