SDSU releases two new hard red spring wheat varieties

Apr 13, 2012
“Weather conditions are changing. Climate seems to be increasingly variable, so there is a continued need for improved, new and updated wheat varieties,” said Daniel Scholl, director of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and associate dean of Research for the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences.

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