Big ticket items under the research category include soft white winter wheat breeding, $257,535, spring wheat breeding, $194,022; rust research, $96,000 and club wheat breeding, $92,455. There are a whole host of other research projects underway to benefit growers, including drought tolerance, cold tolerance, emergence issues and Hessian fly resistance among others.

WGC 2019-20 Research Funding Chart


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