Wheat research

Wheat Improvement research in Oklahoma is driven by an interdisciplinary team of Oklahoma State University scientists charged with developing highly adapted winter wheat cultivars with marketable grain quality, in partnership with the Oklahoma Wheat Commission and the Oklahoma Wheat Research Foundation.

The genetics program is committed to the excellence in creating varieties to meet the specific needs of Oklahoma wheat producers and the milling and baking industries. Specific areas of other wheat research include focus on non-food uses of wheat and nutrition education of consumers when using wheat in the human diet.

Wheat Varietytrial manual

An ever-changing list of wheat varieties available to Oklahoma wheat producers necessitates evaluation and comparison of Hard Red and Hard White winter wheat varieties currently being sold.

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Partnersin progress

The Partners in Progress Wheat Research Report is one of a series of annual reports from the OSU Department of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources highlighting research results and impacts of funded projects.

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These reports highlight funded research toward wheat breeding and genetics, end use quality, production techniques, non-food uses of wheat, nutrition education of consumers and utilization of wheat flours.

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