Pacific Northwest Performance Data

 

Every year the Syngenta Cereals PNW research team plants test locations for winter wheat and spring wheat. The tests are designed to determine adaptation in varying moisture zones and response to different disease profiles. The team test new and experimental lines, as well as  internally and externally available varieties as checks for yield, disease resistance and quality. The data are used for future release decisions, to identify parents for future crosses and marketing support. Below is a summary of the results for the advanced trials at each of the locations with currently available statistical information. Please contact your local AgriPro seed dealer for more information.

2018 PNW Syngenta Wheat Performance Test
2018 High Rainfall Winter Wheat Trial—Walla Walla, Washington
2018 Irrigated Winter Wheat Trial—Moses Lake, Washington
2018 Dryland Winter Wheat Trial—Harrington, Washington
2018 Soft White Wheat Summary

 

2017 PNW Syngenta Wheat Performance Test
2017 High Rainfall Winter Wheat Trial—Walla Walla, Washington
2017 Fall Planted Spring Wheat Trial
2017 Dryland Winter Wheat Trial—Almira, Washington
2017 High Moisture Winter Wheat Trial—Colfax, Washington
2017 Dryland Winter Wheat Trial—Connell, Washington
2017 High Moisture Winter Wheat Trial—Genesee, Idaho
2017 Dryland Winter Wheat Trial—LaCrosse, Washington
2017 Dryland Winter Wheat Trial—Moro, Oregon
2017 Irrigated Winter Wheat Trial—Moses Lake, Washington
2017 Dryland Winter Wheat Trial—Pomeroy, Washington
2017 High Moisture Winter Wheat Trial—Prairie, Idaho
2017 Dryland Winter Wheat Trial—Reardan, Washington

 

2016 PNW Syngenta Wheat Performance Test
2016 Fall Planted Spring Wheat Trial
2016 High Rainfall Dryland Winter Wheat Trial
2016 Low Rainfall Dryland Winter Wheat Trial
2016 Soft White Spring Wheat