About Limagrain Cereal Seeds

Limagrain Cereal Seeds is headquartered in Colorado – centrally positioned to our research stations in North Dakota, Washington, Indiana and Kansas, as well as more than 25 participating land grant universities across the United States. We are dedicated to developing new, improved grain varieties bred expressly for our growers' climates, soils and growing conditions.

CoAXium Soft White Winter Wheats Are Here

Wheat growers of the Pacific Northwest have been hearing about the CoAXium® Wheat Production System at industry meetings and field days for the past four years. Aggressor® herbicide’s effectiveness at controlling grassy weeds was clearly demonstrated and excitement for CoAXium was high, but varieties were limited. Only hard red winter wheat lines in a [...]

By |2022-03-07T15:44:48-06:00March 6th, 2022|Categories: CoAXium WPS, News and Events, Pacific Northwest|0 Comments

Record-Breaking Year in the Northern Plains

Hard red spring wheats deliver yield, protein and straw strengthDemand for Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS) wheat seed is at an all-time high in the Northern Plains. LCS varieties excelled at test sites across the region in 2017, and sales are flourishing for spring planting.Hard red spring wheat LCS Rebel made its debut this growing season [...]

By |2018-04-25T13:18:24-06:00March 26th, 2018|Categories: News and Events|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Fields of LCS Genie – It’s a Tap Takeover!

New local supply chain is a breakthrough for craft beer June 2015 - Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS) let the Genie out of the bottle at its Acres to Ales Tap Takeover event at local watering hole, the Mayor of Old Town—a Genie with the potential to revolutionize the craft beer industry. An energized crowd [...]

By |2018-05-14T12:13:50-06:00June 10th, 2015|Categories: Acres to Ales, Malting Barley|Tags: |0 Comments

Off Season Disease Screening

Stem rust resistance testing In the Central Plains, fungal diseases have been virtually non-existent during the last two growing seasons. So how do we make progress fighting disease when there is no selection pressure out in the field? Take it to the lab. First, we propagate our favorite race of stem rust by infecting [...]

By |2018-04-27T13:17:43-06:00March 13th, 2015|Categories: Disease Screening|0 Comments