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Vision 10 Wheat Variety Description

U. S. Variety Protection Applied For

Vision 10 is a widely adapted, full season, hard red winter wheat that is short in stature with good straw strength and provides producers in the mid-Atlantic region with a high yielding, high-value specialty wheat cultivar that purveys to millers and bakers in the eastern U.S., a locally grown hard red winter wheat for production of bread products.  It ranked among the top yielding lines at 7 of the 10 test sites in Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia.  Spike and straw color of Vision 10 are creamy white, and its tapering spikes are awned. Head emergence is similar to that of ‘Roane’ and 3 days later than ‘Tribute’.  Average plant height is similar to that of ‘Tribute’.  Straw strength is very good relative to that of ‘Roane’. In Virginia, the four year average (2004-2007) grain yield has been similar to that of the SRW wheat check cultivar ‘ Renwood 3260'.  Average test weight of Vision 10 is most similar to those of ‘Tam 110' (57.8 lb./bu.) and ‘Tam 302' (57.9 lb./bu.) in Virginia.  Vision 10 is moderately resistant to powdery mildew, stripe rust, leaf rust, Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus, and glume blotch.  It is moderately susceptible to Soil borne Mosiac Virus. 

Vision 30 Wheat Variety Description

U. S. Variety Protection Applied For

Vision 30 is a widely adapted, high yielding, mid-season, hard red winter wheat that is short in stature with adequate straw strength. Spikes are creamy white in color with slightly tapering strap spikes that are awned. The blue-green colored plants have light red colored stems at maturity. Vision 30 was the highest yielding HRW wheat entry when averaged over two years of the Uniform Bread Wheat Nursery. Winter hardiness is very good. It has excellent resistance to powdery mildew, and is resistant to Barley/Cereal yellow dwarf virus, Wheat soil borne mosaic virus and fusarium head blight. It is moderately resistant to leaf rust and glume blotch. It is susceptible to stripe rust.

 

Vision 40 Wheat Variety Description

U. S. Variety Protection Applied For

Vision 40 is a widely adapted, high yielding, mid-season, hard red winter wheat that is short in stature with adequate straw strength. Spikes are creamy white, recurved, mid-dense, tapered and awned. Green colored plants contain a trace amount of anthocyanin in the stems at maturity. It has very good winter hardiness. On tests conducted by Mennel Milling Company, Vision 40 was judged to have acceptable overall quality for use in manufacturing bread products and notably high flour yields. It is resistant to Barley/Cereal yellow dwarf virus and Wheat soil borne mosaic virus, is moderately resistant to leaf rust, glume blotch, and powdery mildew, and stripe rust. Vision 40 is susceptible to fusarium head blight.

 

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Name, City Telephone # Class
Ohio (State of) Mennel Milling Company, Fostoria, Ohio 419-435-8151 C
 
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