New wheat variety '1863' honors founding of Kansas State University
Thanks to wheat breeding programs like the one at Kansas State University (K-State), producers have ever-improving options of wheat varieties to plant. Whether it’s improved resistance or increased yields, wheat breeders are creating varieties that meet producers’ changing needs.
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