UC Davis Wheat Breeding Program
of Plant Sciences
University of California, Davis CA
Alicia del Blanco: email@example.com
Released Varieties (* currently recommended)
o Bread wheat. Hard Red Spring
(HRS) varieties (HRS)
highest average yields 2008-2010 in Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys (CA yield data).
Top yielding line in WA 2011 HRS trials (
WA yield data) . Resistant to current
races of stripe rust, and partial resistance to septoria tritici blotch
and BYDV. Resistant to root-knot nematodes.
o Bread wheat. Hard White
Spring (HWS) varieties
description). Excellent Asian
Noodle & Breadmaking Quality.
- Patwin (PDF description).
High-yielding variety in irrigated areas of the Sacramento, San
Joaquin (1st highest yield 2008-2010) and Imperial
Valleys. Resistant to current races
of stripe rust, septoria tritici blotch and root knot nematodes. High
protein variety with excellent breadmaking quality.
description). Similar to Patwin but with additional stripe rust resistance genes Yr5 and Yr15 and improved resistance to BYDV.
High-yielding variety in irrigated areas of the Sacramento, San Joaquin
and Imperial Valleys. High protein
variety with excellent breadmaking quality.
o Pasta Wheat (Dessert Durum
potential and high pasta quality. Recommended for the San Joaquin and
King-High Protein (PDF description).
High-yield potential & high pasta quality. Recommended
for the Sacramento, San Joaquin & Imperial valleys.
- Tipai (PDF description).
Recommended for the Imperial and Yuma Valleys
- Miwok (PDF description).
Low cadmium, excellent yield potential in Imperial San Joaquin Valleys.
o Released Germplasm
Collaborative Agricultural Project (T-CAP)