Search by Crop & Variety: SY SELWAY Hard Red Winter Wheat


Overview

1. 04PN3001-2 is a hard red spring common wheat bred and developed by Syngenta Seeds.
2. 04PN3001-2 was selected for height, uniformity, agronomics and disease reaction.
3. 04PN3001-2 was tested in the spring wheat growing areas (12 to 20 inch moisture zones) of the Pacific Northwest (PNW) and was determined to be adapted to this area.
4. 04PN3001-2 has shown a tolerant reaction to the current strains of stripe rust in the PNW.
5. Identifying characteristics – insert the descriptive term from the Objective Description (pages 3-5) except where indicated:

Kind Hard Red Spring
Seasonal Growth Habit Spring
Coleoptile Color White
Juvenile Growth Habit Erect
Leaf Color at Boot Green
Flag Leaf at Boot Recurved, Twisted, Waxy
Auricle Color White
Day(s) to 50% Heading 155
Anther Color Yellow
Anthocyanin Absent
Plant Height (cm) 98
Internodes Hollow
Spike Shape Strap
Spike Density Lax
Spike Curvature Erect
Awn Type Awned
Awn Color White
Glume Color White
Glume Length Kibg
Shoulder Shape Oblique
Shoulder Width Medium
Beak Shape Acuminate
Beak Length Long
Glume Pubescence Absent
Seed Color Red
Seed Shape Ovate
Cheeks Rounded
Brush Size Medium
Avg 1,000 Kernel wt (g) 41.7

6. Syngenta Seeds, Inc. maintains seed stock and certified classes of Foundation, Registered and Certified. Syngenta Seeds, Inc. will maintain the variety by the head row/progeny method to produce breeder seed as needed. Royalty fees are anticipated.
7. Certified seed will likely be available for planting in the spring of 2016.
8. Plant Variety Protection is anticipated in 2015 and 04PN3001-2 may only be sold as a class of certified seed.
9. Certified acreage is not to be published by AOSCA and certifying agencies.
Date this application was submitted: Jun 30, 2015
Date recommended by the VRB: Sep 28, 2015

Data Sheets

Allowed Variants

Variant and Frequency: SY Selway has been uniform and stable since 2012. Less than 0.5% of the plants were rogued from the Breeder seed increases. The majority of the variant plants were taller height wheat plants (3 to 10 cm). The white seeded variant of approximately 0.5% has also been identified in the Progeny seed production. Up to 1.0% variant plants may be encountered in subsequent generations.
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