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    • Late maturity; medium-tall height
    • Excellent straw strength
    • Excellent disease resistance package• Smooth head type
    • Very good winter survival

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    Developed by Cornell University with excellent yield potential. Very good malt potential. Produces excellent straw quality and quantity.

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  • SW 46SR

    SW 46SR

    Awned head type. Very early maturity. Great candidate for double crop soybeans in southeastern PA and as you move further south. Medium to short plant height. Excellent test weight, standability and disease ratings.

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  • SW 49SR

    SW 49SR

    Very uniform appearance with smooth head type. Early maturity – great choice for double crop. Excellent head scab tolerance, phenomenal yield potential and excellent standability. Should be planted on higher populations for maximum yields.

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  • SW 550

    SW 550

    Medium maturity, medium-tall height. Exceptional test weight potential with a very good disease package. Widely adapted, consistent across all regions.  Excellent straw strength and an awned head type.  Average Head Scab tolerance and responds to intensive wheat management.

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  • SW 64SR

    SW 64SR

    Awned head type with medium-early maturity. Medium plant height and
    excellent standability and winter hardiness. Good test weight and widely
    adapted. Scab gene for fusarium head blight tolerance.

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  • SW 67

    SW 67

    Awned head type. Medium maturity with good test weight. Medium plant height and good standability. Very good test weight and widely adapted.

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  • SW 70SR

    SW 70SR

    Smooth head with medium maturity. Widely adapted. Scab gene for fusarium head blight tolerance. Excellent standability, test weight, and overall disease resistance.

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