Dick Judah and LCS Shine lead a lineup of National Wheat Yield Contest winners

LCS varieties had a bumper crop this year, as evidenced by a slate of National Wheat Yield Contest wins in dryland winter and spring wheat. Dick Judah of Carlton, Oregon landed the dryland winter wheat Bin Buster award with 173.77 bushels per acre (bu/ac) of LCS Shine. Judah was also the 1st place winner [...]

For Barley, LCS is King in New York: Top Yielding Barley in Cornell University Trials

For Barley, LCS is King in New York Top Grain Yielding Barley in Cornell University Trials - Once again, defending its throne as the best barley in New York, LCS has been crowned the King of grain yield in the 2023 Winter Malting Barley Regional Trials conducted by Cornell University. Historically, LCS barley varieties have [...]

By |2023-09-06T09:21:18-06:00August 31st, 2023|Categories: Central Plains, News and Events, Northern Plains, Pacific Northwest|0 Comments

LCS Steel AX is the Best Yielding Wheat Variety in K-State Trial

Steel is the New Gold-Standard in K-State Trial - LCS Steel AX has achieved a commanding victory as the best yielding wheat in Kansas State's Wheat Variety Tests for Sedgwick and Sumner County. Using our cutting-edge weed control system, CoAXium, LCS Steel AX has outperformed competitors with an extraordinary average yield, reaffirming that when [...]

By |2023-08-31T11:57:45-06:00August 9th, 2023|Categories: Central Plains, News and Events, Northern Plains, Pacific Northwest|0 Comments

Experienced seedsman Jeff Widder joins LCS

The new National Sales and Marketing Manager gets back to his small grain roots Jeff Widder has been around small grains his whole life. Born and raised in southwestern Kansas surrounded by acres of crops, he started working in the sorghum fields when he was a teenager. “I grew up in agriculture,” says Widder. [...]

Cathy Butti Oversees Wheat Quality for LCS

The new LCS Quality Lab manager brings 43 years of wheat quality experience to LCS Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS) is pleased to announce that wheat quality veteran Cathy Butti is now leading the LCS Quality Lab. Butti has four decades of experience in the wheat quality industry and holds herself — and her work [...]

By |2022-10-24T14:00:31-06:00October 24th, 2022|Categories: News and Events, Quality Laboratory|0 Comments

Dan Dall Brings Decades of Crop Expertise to LCS

The new regional commercial manager for the Central Plains has a degree in agronomy and a passion for wheat Dan Dall has joined the Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS) team as the Central Plains regional commercial manager. A Kansas native, Dall has always felt at home in the field. “My family didn’t have a farm, [...]

By |2022-09-15T12:33:35-06:00September 15th, 2022|Categories: Central Plains, News and Events|0 Comments

Meet PNW Wheat Breeder Dylan Larkin

Experienced researcher and breeder will help drive wheat innovation in the Pacific Northwest Dylan Larkin, Ph.D., has joined Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS) to lead the wheat breeding program for the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Dylan Larkin brings 12 years of experience in the agriculture industry to his new position and has [...]

By |2022-08-12T16:56:05-06:00August 12th, 2022|Categories: News and Events, Pacific Northwest|0 Comments

From Grain to Glass

The untapped potential of LCS Genie in the craft beer market By Matthew Curtis Cold is the name given to an unfiltered, Pilsner-style beer produced by TRVE Brewing (pronounced “True”) in Denver, Colorado. Brewed very much in the style of the classic German lagers that influenced it, on your first taste Cold presents flavors [...]

By |2022-03-28T12:26:28-06:00March 28th, 2022|Categories: Acres to Ales, Malting Barley, News and Events|0 Comments

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