Dyna-Gro Dyna-Gro
Dyna-gro
Dyna-Gro Dyna-Gro
Dyna-gro
Wheat

Agronomics

  • A hard red winter variety for both irrigated and dryland acres
  • Handles heat and moisture stress very well; finishes well in adverse conditions
  • Excellent winter hardiness for areas where tough winters are common
  • Maturity may vary within the large geographic area of adaptation
  • Ask your Dyna-Gro agronomist for more details for your area

Agronomic Ratings

  • Strip Rust
  • Leaf Rust
  • Winter Hardiness
  • Test Weight
  • Straw Strength
  • Barley Yellow Dwarf
  • Soil Borne Mosaic
  • Protein
  • Stem Rust
  • 1
    Poor
  • 3
  • 5
    Average
  • 7
  • 9
    Excellent

Agronomic Traits

  • Grain Color
    Red
  • Plant Height
    Medium-Tall
  • Head Type
    7
  • Straw Strength
    Very Good
  • Test Weight
    Very Good
  • Protein
    Above Average
  • Winter Hardiness
    Very Good
  • Metribuzin Tolerance
    n/a

Disease Ratings

Key
  • 9 — Excellent
  • 5 — Average
  • 1 — Poor
  • n/a — Testing not complete
  • Hessian Fly
    1
  • Leaf Rust
    3
  • Stripe Rust
    7
  • Power Mildew
    7
  • Septoria Leaf Botch
    4
  • Stagnospora Glume Blotch
    n/a
  • Fusarium Head Scab
    n/a
  • Yellow Mosaic (WSSM)
    n/a
  • Soil Borne Mosaic Virus
    8
  • Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus
    8
  • Tan Spot
    n/a
  • Stem Rust
    6

Plant with these Varieties

  • Underwood
  • HR
    =
    Highly Recommended
  • R
    =
    Recommended
  • N
    =
    Not Recommended
  • -
    =
    Testing not complete

Soil Adaptability

  • Sand to Sandy Loams
    HR
  • Silt Loam to Loams
    HR
  • Clay Loam to Clays
    HR
  • Poorly Drained
    R

Fertility & Fungicide Response

  • Average Nitrogen
    HR
  • High-Intensive Nitrogen
    NR
  • Foliar Fungicides
    R
  • Fungicides for Head Scab
    R

Seeding Rate (million seeds / acre)

  • 600k to 1.3
  • Avoid excessive seeding rates, nitrogen rates, and excessive watering
  • Manage disease pressure with a foliar fungicide

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