Very good
drought tolerance
Two-gene resistance
to Aggressor™* brand herbicides
The best option
for controlling grassy weeds
bromus, feral rye, cereal rye, Jointed goatgrass, wild oats, volunteer cereals

Advanced Genetics + Innovative Weed Control → Pure Profits

Welcome to the future of grassy weed control. LCS Fusion AX is the first wheat variety containing the patented, non-GMO, AXigen™ trait. For several years, Limagrain, Albaugh and the Colorado Wheat Research Foundation (CWRF) have been working together to bring farmers in the United States a new cost-effective tool for controlling the toughest yield-robbing grassy weeds. This new technology is now available for your farm.

As the first CoAXium wheat in the LCS portfolio, LCS Fusion AX has proven performance across an impressive range of adaptation. Fields of LCS Fusion has been grown in both the Pacific Northwest as well as the Central Plains, and in both regions, excellent drought tolerance has been observed.

Learn more about CoAXium

The CoAXium Wheat Production System is built on four main pillars:

  • A superior ACCase-inhibiting herbicide: Aggressor
  • A patented, non-GMO herbicide tolerance trait: AXigen
  • A comprehensive stewardship package
  • Elite varieties adapted to your growing region

LCS Atomic AX is bred for superior control of persistent weeds

  • Bromus species
  • Feral rye and cereal rye
  • Jointed goatgrass
  • Wild oats
  • Volunteer cereals
Cleaner fields. Higher yields.

Central Plains Data

Agronomic Features
Plant HeightMedium
Coleoptile LengthMedium-Long
Straw StrengthAverage
Test WeightGood
All available public and private data used in compiling scores.
Disease Resistance | Central Plains
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LCS Fusion AX – Central Plains Data


Pacific Northwest Data

Agronomic Features
LCS RebelSY IngmarLinkertWB 9479ND VitPro
Test Weight60.059.858.959.059.9
Heading Date
(days from planting)
Plant Height (inches)32.028.627.527.030.5
Straw StrengthGoodVery GoodExcellentVery GoodVery Good
1-year average | All available public and private data used in compiling scores.
End-Use Quality
Overall QualityBaking QualityFlour ProteinMilling Quality
Most DesirableMost DesirableDesirableDesirable
Data obtained from LCS Quality Laboratory.
Economic Return Per Acre
Average ScoresProtein Premium / Discount
Yield (bu/ac)Protein (%)Avg. Cash PriceHighMediumLow
Historical protein premium / discount used — High: 2015, Medium: 2013, Low: 2012
Disease Resistance | Pacific Northwest
Tap data for more information
Yield | Pacific Northwest
Protein | Pacific Northwest
*Aggressor™ herbicide is not registered or for sale in the U.S. Results may not predict future performance under extremely adverse or unique conditions, including race changes.
Data Source
Unauthorized seed multiplication prohibited by law. U.S. Plant Variety Protection Number has been applied for.
Zach Gaines
National Sales and Marketing Manager
P: 970.498.2204
2020 Pacific Northwest Seed Guide
Zach Gaines
National Sales and Marketing Manager
O: 970.498.2204
C: 970.402.2934
2020 Central Plains
Seed Guide