AAC Viewfield is the shortest CWRS wheat to date with excellent straw strength, making it a top choice for irrigation and high yield environments. It’s a top yielder with improved protection against fusarium head blight (FHB) and sprouting.
CDC Landmark VB is the first midge tolerant wheat that is high yielding, semi-dwarf, with improved protection against fusarium head blight (FHB). In addition, it has a semi-solid stem which offers some sawfly protection.
It's not a surprise that the seeded acres of AAC Brandon CWRS wheat have increased dramatically across western Canada in the last few years. This semi-dwarf variety is capable of achieving high yields across many types of land and climate conditions on the prairies. Brandon is known for excellent quality protein and other grading parameters and with it's short height it stands quite well even under irrigation.
With it's strong straw, AAC Stronghold will be an excellent fit for southern Alberta, particularly under irrigation. Solid stem sawfly resistance makes it a smart choice on dryland.
AAC Congress is high-yielding durum wheat variety with superior end-use qualities.
Slightly higher yield than Strongfield and better fusarium resistance. AC Transcend yields like Strongfield but has a better disease resistance package including better fusarium resistance than Strongfield. The seed samples we have seen have had beautiful color and plumpness.
With 8% Higher yield than Strongfield and better standability, Spitfire is a an excellent choice on irrigation.
Penhold CPS wheat replaces AC Foremost with high yield, strong straw and the best rating available for fusarium resistance.
This is a variety out of Holland with a yield like softwheat - much higher than hard red spring wheats. Our Pasteur fields have had beautiful colour, and a nice plump seed.
AAC Wildfire offers breakthrough yield, yielding 14% higher than Radiant in the 2018 Alberta Seed Guide and is one of the few varieties listed as having a "Very Good" rating for winter hardiness! With a strong “R” rating for resistance to Stripe Rust, Wildfire has a powerful advantage over many other winter wheat varieties including Radiant. Finally, it has an MR (moderately resistant) rating to fusarium and has good straw strength.