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  • 2017 Small Grains Report Southcentral and Southeast Idaho Cereals Research & Extension Program

    Juliet Marshall, Chad Jackson, Tod Shelman, Linda Jones, Suzette Arcibal, and Katherine O’Brien

    Research Bulletin 193 January 2018

  • Cover: Clockwise from top left: ‘Xena’ two-row spring barley, ‘Bobtail’ soft white winter wheat, ‘Millennium’ six-row spring barley, ‘Klasic’ hard white spring wheat with Fusarium Head Blight infection.

    Southcentral and Southeastern Idaho Cereals Research and Extension Program http://www.uidaho.edu/extension/cereals/scseidaho

    Published and distributed by the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station, Mark McGuire, Director. University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Moscow, Idaho 83844-2337.

    © 2018 by the University of Idaho

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  • Idaho wheat and barley producers, through cooperative research and extension grants from the Idaho Wheat and Barley Commissions, provided partial funding for these small grain performance evaluations. Support was also provided by the University of Idaho Cooperative Extension System, the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station, and by fees paid by plant breeding companies. This report represents the collective efforts of many individuals. University of Idaho Extension County Educators coordinated many of the off-station nurseries and field days. Grower-cooperators provided their time, land, and other inputs for management of these trials and appreciation is expressed to them for their support. The UI Wheat Quality Laboratory at Aberdeen analyzed the quality for harvested wheat samples. Appreciation is also expressed to the numerous support personnel who assisted with trial establishment, maintenance, harvest, grain processing, and data analysis. Finally, cereal breeders throughout the Northwest are recognized for their contributions since the nurseries would not be possible without their entries. The authors wish to thank all who have contributed to the success of this project.

    Grower Cooperators Kyle Wangemann and Scott Brown - Soda Springs Mark and Craig Ozburn - Soda Springs Gilbert and Carl Hofmeister - Rockland Trevor Davey - Ririe Duane Grant and Alan Mohlman - Rupert Alan Baum - Ashton Luke Adams - Rupert Marc Thiel - Idaho Falls

    Cereals Research and Extension Employees Juliet Marshall Chad Jackson Tod Shelman Linda Jones Ester Serna Martha Carrillo Suzette Arcibal Rayanna McLean Kira Shelman

    Other UI Employees Randy Gamble Kristi Copeland Sherrie Mauroner Lyona Anderson Ericka Ziebarth Mary Corbridge Neil Williams

    UI Extension Educators Lance Ellis - Fremont County Reed Findlay - Bannock and Bingham Counties

    Joel Packham - Cassia County Steve Harrison - Caribou County Wayne Jones - Bonneville County Stuart Parkinson - Franklin County Jon Hogge - Madison County Terrell Sorensen - Power County

    About the Authors Juliet Marshall is the Cereals Cropping Systems

    Agronomist & Pathologist with the UI SC & SE Idaho Cereals Extension Program.

    Chad Jackson is a Research Specialist with the UI SC & SE Idaho Cereals Extension Program.

    Tod Shelman is a Scientific Aide II with the UI SC & SE Idaho Cereals Extension Program.

    Linda Jones is a Technical Aide II with the UI SC & SE Idaho Cereals Extension Program.

    Suzette Arcibal is a Laboratory Technician with the UI SC & SE Idaho Cereals Extension Program.

    Katherine O’Brien is the Lab Manager of the UI Wheat Quality Laboratory at Aberdeen.

    Peer Reviewed by John Burns – Washington St Univ., prof. emeritus Chris Rogers – University of Idaho David Hole – Utah State University Margaret Moll – University of Idaho Karen Hills – Washington State University

    Disclaimer Statement This report represents research in progress and results may change with additional testing. Recommendations for use or non-use of any variety tested in these trials is not stated or implied. Inclusion of a variety in these trials cannot be construed as recommending that variety over varieties not included in the trials. ALWAYS read and follow the instructions printed on pesticide labels. The pesticide recommendations in this UI publication do not substitute for instructions on the label. Due to constantly changing pesticide laws and labels, some pesticides may have been cancelled or had certain uses prohibited. Use pesticides with care. Do not use a pesticide unless both the pest and the plant, animal, or other application site are specifically listed on the label. Store pesticides in their original containers and keep them out of the reach of children, pets, and livestock. Trade names are used to simplify information; no endorsement or discrimination is intended.

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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  •  Table of Contents 

    Acknowledgments ............................................................................................................ iii

    Table of Contents .......................................................................................................... iv-v

    List of Tables & Charts ............................................................................................ vi-vii

    2017 Additions & Changes ............................................................................................. 1

    Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 1

    Materials and Methods Locations ................................................................................................................ 1 Agronomic Practices ........................................................................................... 1-2 Description of Agronomic Data .............................................................................. 2 Description of End-use Quality Data .................................................................. 2-3 Statistical Interpretation ...................................................................................... 3-4 Varieties Tested Explanation .................................................................................. 4 Location Map .......................................................................................................... 5 Location Descriptions ....................................................................................... 6-11 Released Varieties Tested with Seeding Rate and Seed Source ..................... 12-14 Results and Discussion Planting Conditions ............................................................................................... 15 Weather Conditions ........................................................................................ 15-16 Disease and Insect Problems ........................................................................... 16-19 Discussion of Location Conditions and Results ............................................. 19-28 Variety Descriptions ....................................................................................... 29-49 Agronomic Data Summaries and Compiled Data 10-Year Agronomic Data Averages...................................................................... 50 3-Year Averages ............................................................................................. 51-62 2017 Combined Dryland Data ........................................................................ 63-64 2017 Combined Irrigated Data........................................................................ 65-71

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  • 2017 Agronomic Data Hard Winter Wheat ......................................................................................... 72-77 Soft White Winter Wheat................................................................................ 78-83 Winter Barley ........................................................................................................ 84 Hard Spring Wheat ......................................................................................... 85-89 Soft White Spring Wheat ................................................................................ 90-94 6-Row Spring Malt and Feed Barley .............................................................. 95-98 2-Row Spring Malt Barley ............................................................................ 99-102 2-Row Spring Feed Barley.......................................................................... 103-106 Yield Percentage of Location Averages Winter Grain Tables .................................................................................... 107-109 Spring Grain Tables .................................................................................... 110-114 Winter Grain Yield Percentage Charts ............................................................... 115 Spring Wheat & 6-Row Barley Yield Percentage Charts ................................... 116 2-Row Spring Malt and Feed Barley Yield Percentage Charts .......................... 117 Quality and End-use Data From 2016 Growing Year Kernel Hardness and Grain Protein ............................................................ 118-121 Soft White Winter Mill and Bake Data ....................................................... 122-123 Soft White Spring Mill and Bake Data ....................................................... 124-125 Hard Winter Wheat Mill and Bake Data..................................................... 126-127 Hard Spring Wheat Mill