Wheat School: Using GoCereals.ca to Choose a Spring Wheat Variety in Ontario

Spring wheat may not be the highest acreage crop in Ontario, but it’s still an important crop for many, especially for those who need or sell straw. Choosing the right spring wheat variety takes a bit of research, but that research is easy to do with GoCereals.ca.

In this video, Peter Johnson, OMAFRA’s wheat specialist, walks us through not only what is included on the site, but how to best apply the numbers to what you’re after whether it’s a well-adapted variety or one with top notch disease resistance.

See the entire Wheat School lineup here.

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