LCS Mint
Hard Red Winter Wheat

LCS Mint
Hard Red Winter Wheat

LCS Mint2018-06-14T09:36:01+00:00
Desirable
milling and baking quality
Top 10 variety
planted in Kansas over 2 years running
103%
of 2 year LCS yield
in S. Central Kansas locations

Almost as Good as a License to Print Money!

The No. 4 variety planted in Kansas in 2016, LCS Mint has continued to be a dependable product for farmers in this region. LCS Mint carries good tolerance to wheat streak mosaic virus and is tolerant to acid soils. This variety is photoperiod sensitive, meaning its maturity relative to other varieties will vary year-to-year.

  • Excellent dryland performance
  • Very good tolerance to acid soils
  • Dependable protein content
Area of Adaptation

Central Plains Data

Agronomic Features | Central Plains
LCS MintSY MonumentTAM 111Byrd
Acid Soil ToleranceTolerantTolerantSusceptibleMod. Tolerant
Coleoptile LengthMedium-LongMediumLongMedium-Long
Drought ToleranceExcellentVery GoodVery GoodExcellent
Fall Grazing PotentialGoodGoodAverageBelow Average
Fall Ground CoverGoodGoodGoodGood
First Hollow StemMediumMedium-LateMediumMedium
HeightMediumMedium-TallMedium-TallMedium
MaturityMedium-LateMedium-LateMedium-LateMedium
Seed SizeMediumMediumSmallSmall
Tolerance to ShatteringGoodVery GoodVery GoodGood
Straw StrengthGoodAverageAverageGood
Test WeightVery GoodGoodGoodAverage
Tillering AbilityIntermediateVery HighIntermediateVery High
Winter-HardinessAverageVery GoodAverageGood
Yield PotentialExcellentExcellentGoodExcellent
All available public and private data used in compiling scores.
End-Use Quality | Central Plains
Overall End-Use QualityBaking QualityMilling QualityFlour Protein
DesirableDesirableLess DesirableDesirable
Data obtained from LCS Quality Laboratory. Overall end-use quality is calculated using a weighted average of the following characteristics: Baking Quality (30%), Dough Properties (20%), Milling Quality (40%), Test Weight (5%) and Flour Protein (5%)
Disease Resistance | Central Plains
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Northern Plains Data

Agronomic Features | Northern Plains
LCS MintExpeditionRedfieldSY WolfWB Grainfield
Test Weight61.059.960.060.760.3
Heading Date*+0.3-1.3+2.7+0.3+7.7
Plant Height**-1.1+0.1-0.9-2.9+1.1
Straw StengthGoodGoodVery goodVery goodAverage
Winter HardinessGoodGoodGoodGoodAverage
*Days plus or minus multi-year mean. **Inches plus or minus multi-year mean. All available LCS and public multi-year data used in compiling agronomic scores.
End-Use Quality | Northern Plains
Overall QualityBaking QualityFlour ProteinMilling Quality
DesirableDesirableDesirableLess Desirable
Overall end-use quality is calculated using a weighted average of the following characteristics: Baking
Quality (30%), Dough Properties (20%), Milling Quality (40%), Test Weight (5%) and Flour Protein (5%)
Disease Resistance | Northern Plains
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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 granted.
Drew Hendricker
Regional Sales Manager,
Central Plains
O: 970.498.2218
C: 970.231.8875
2018 Central Plains
Seed Guide
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Russell Oberg
Regional Sales Manager, Northern Plains
O: 701.799.8028
2018 Northern Plains Seed Guide
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