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Flex™ Triticale

Flex™ has strong forage yields from the Pacific Northwest all the way into New York. It has shown to do well in the central and southern plains as well.

Surge™ Triticale

A facultative product with the ability to be planted north of I70 as a Spring type and south of TN, NC as a winter type.

Gunner™ Triticale

The dual planting window allows for use during spring or fall. High leaf to stem ratio, good winterhardiness.

Gainer™ Triticale

Early maturity winter triticale. Excellent choice for silage in a double crop system with corn silage. Excellent leaf to stem ratio. Scout early to ensure timely harvest.

813 Triticale

Popular product. 813 is an awnletted, great all around product. Suited for the Southern and central plains.

Kicker™ Triticale

Kicker™ is an awnless product that works in most areas of the US. It is facultative so you can plant in the fall or spring depending on your area.

Thor™ Triticale

A facultative triticale that can be planted in the spring or winter.  It does not require vernalization. Adapted widely throughout the Pacific Northwest, Central Plains and Northern US.

Ace™ Triticale

Ace™ is a new triticale with medium maturity. It’s a true winter triticale.

Hybrid Flex™ Triticale

Hybrid Flex™ triticale has above average winter hardiness and is a good option for double cropping.

Hybrid Gainer™ Triticale

Hybrid Gainer™ triticale is an early maturing, early grazer with double cropping opportunities.

Hybrid Surge™ Triticale

Hybrid Surge™ triticale is an extremely early maturing triticale with double and triple cropping opportunities.

Valor™ Barley

Valor™ is meticulously bred for forage, combining winter hardiness with exceptional performance.

Bighorn™ Wheat

Designed for the demanding southern and central US climates. Exceptional winter hardiness with a robust comeback in spring.

Bono™ Hybrid Rye

KWS Bono is a dual-purpose hybrid from KWS breeding program & has unique drought tolerance for high grain yield on light soils especially when grown as a second cereal with a shorter canopy height.