Adult plant tolerance
to stripe rust
tolerance to heat and drought
fall grazing potential
One of the most
performing varieties on the market

Dependable on-farm performance

T158 has been a top choice for farmers across the Central Plains for years because of its stripe rust resistance and excellent tolerance to drought and heat stress. The combined ability to maintain tillers and make grain under stress makes this hard red winter wheat (HRWW) a wise, low-risk choice for your farm.

Agronomic Features
T158EverestTAM 111Byrd
Acid Soil ToleranceIntermediateTolerantSusceptibleMod. Tolerant
Coleoptile LengthMediumMediumLongMedium-Long
Drought ToleranceExcellentAverageVery GoodExcellent
Fall Grazing PotentialGoodAverageAverageAverage
Fall Ground CoverExcellentGoodGoodGood
First Hollow StemLater Than MostEarlyIntermediateIntermediate
Seed SizeLargeLargeSmallSmall
Tolerance to ShatteringVery GoodGoodVery GoodGood
Straw StrengthVery GoodVery GoodAverageGood
Test WeightGoodGoodGoodAverage
Tillering AbilityVery HighIntermediateIntermediateVery High
Winter-HardinessExcellentVery GoodAverageGood
Yield PotentialExcellentVery GoodGoodExcellent
All available public and private data used in compiling scores.
End-Use Quality
Overall QualityBaking QualityDough PropertiesMilling Quality
DesirableAcceptable Acceptable Desirable
Data obtained from LCS Quality Laboratory.
Disease Tolerance
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T158 PDF

Results may not predict future performance under extremely adverse or unique conditions, including race changes.
Unauthorized seed multiplication prohibited by law. U.S. Plant Variety Protection Number has been granted.
Dan Dall
Regional Commercial Manager, Central Plains
Central Plains Seed Guide