Only Available in Canada
CDC Ptarmigan is a soft white winter wheat originally released in Canada in 1999. The Crop Development Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan developed the winter wheat. Ptarmigan was designed with a strong straw and high yield. CDC Ptarmigan is also a high starch crop that offers high tonnes of starch per acre. Because of this wheat's high starch content it would make an ideal candidate for ethanol production.
This soft red winter wheat is registered in the general purpose class. The variety offers high yield, low protein, resistance to leaf and stem rust and good lodging resistance . Sun Rise was developed by the Crop Development Center at the University of Saskatchewan. .
Only Available in The United States
Accipiter is a hard red winter wheat. It was developed by the Crop Development Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The wheat has a high rate of winter survival along with strong yield. This variety is a semi-dwarf with strong straw and good stem rust resistance.
Peregrine is a hard red winter wheat developed at the Crop Development Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Peregrine is suitable for feed, ethanol, and milling. The straw strength is high in Peregrine however is taller than most other winter wheats.Peregrine is resistant to leaf, stem and stripe rust.