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The Office of Technology Transfer facilitates the licensing and distribution of agricultural technologies including wheat, potato, canola, rapeseed and mustard cultivars to support agribusiness in Idaho and worldwide.

UI Platinum | PVP certificate number 201400419

‘UI Platinum’ is a hard white spring wheat with high grain yield, desirable end-use quality, and resistance to stripe rust, with short plant height that can be produced under irrigated and high rainfall production areas in southeastern Idaho and other regions of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Washington and Oregon). ‘UI Platinum’ is also early and short, which is desirable in the areas with potato – wheat rotation.

‘UI Platinum’ is exclusively licensed to Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS). Please contact LCS directly for seed availability and sub-licensing.

» Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

UICF-Grace | PVP certificate number 201000086

‘UICF-Grace’ is a Clearfield hard white winter wheat that has good bread baking quality, resistance to stripe rust and dwarf bunt and good yield potential. The most similar variety of ‘UCIF-Grace’ is ‘Golden Spike’.

‘UICF-Grace’ is available for non-exclusive licensing. Contact ott@uidaho.edu.

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UI Stone | PVP certificate number 201300342

‘UI Stone’ is a soft white spring wheat cultivar. It possesses resistance to Fusarium head blight, a disease that is increasing in the Pacific Northwest with increased acreage of maize. The resistance to Fusarium head blight was obtained from a common source of resistance, FHB1 plus an additional gene. ‘UI Stone’ also has desirable end use quality and moderate resistance to stripe rust. It has performed competitively with other cultivars in breeding trials throughout the region.

‘UI Stone’ is exclusively licensed to Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS). Please contact LCS directly for seed availability and sub-licensing.

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UICF-Brundage | PVP certificate number 201100031

‘UICF-Brundage’ is a Clearfield soft white winter wheat intended for the irrigated and rain-fed areas of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Washington and Oregon), and is most like ’Brundage 96’. In terms of height ‘UCIF-Brundage’ is slightly taller than ‘Brundage’ and slightly shorter than ‘Brundage 96’.

‘UICF-Brundage’ is available for non-exclusive licensing. Contact ott@uidaho.edu.

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UI Castle | PVP certificate number 201600014

‘UI Castle’ Cl+ is a 2-gene IMI herbicide tolerant soft white winter wheat. ‘UI Castle’ CL+ has shown the best dryland performance. It is characterized by high test weight, full-season maturity, a medium-tall plant height and good resistance to stripe rust.

‘UI Castle’ CL+ is exclusively licensed to Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS). Please contact LCS directly for seed availability and sub-licensing.

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UICF-Lambert | PVP certificate number 201100008

‘UICF-Lambert’ is a Clearfield soft white winter wheat intended for the rain-fed areas of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Washington and Oregon) and is most like the soft white winter wheat ‘Lambert’.

‘UICF-Lambert’ is available for non-exclusive licensing. Contact ott@uidaho.edu.

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UI Magic | PVP certificate number 201600300

‘UI Magic’ Cl+ is a 2-gene IMI herbicide tolerant soft white winter wheat. The top-end yield potential of ‘UI Magic’ CL+ continues to create an increasing demand for seed of this cultivar year after year across the Pacific Northwest region. It has excellent test weight grain and a shorter overall plant height.

‘UI Magic’ CL+ is exclusively licensed to Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS). Please contact LCS directly for seed availability and sub-licensing.

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UI Palouse | PVP certificate number 201600306

‘UI Palouse’ Cl+ is a 2-gene IMI herbicide tolerant soft white winter wheat. It has good winter hardiness and excellence tolerance to Ceph stripe. Like, Brundage 96, its awnless and has mid-season maturity. It will be a great choice if your wanting to re-crop stubble or on two-year rotation ground. Like any awnless wheat, it can be a little tougher to thrash.

‘UI Palouse’ CL+ is exclusively licensed to Limagrain Cereal Seeds (LCS). Please contact LCS directly for seed availability and sub-licensing.

» Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

UI Sparrow | PVP certificate number 201700189

‘UI Sparrow’ is a soft white winter wheat with strong straw, brown chaff, and long awns. It has excellent resistance to dwarf bunt, all‐stage resistance to all tested predominant races of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici except for PSTv‐40, moderate to high levels of high‐temperature adult‐plant resistance to stripe rust, and high level resistance to snow mold. ‘UI Sparrow’ is a good choice for organic producers who cannot apply fungicides or seed treatments. The strong straw reduces lodging in irrigated or high rainfall production environments.

‘UI Sparrow’ is available for non-exclusive licensing. Contact ott@uidaho.edu.

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UI-WSU Huffman | PVP certificate number 201500295

‘UI-WSU Huffman’ is a soft white winter wheat selected for high adaptation to the intermediate to high rainfall dryland environments of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Washington and Oregon). It was named as a tribute to University of Idaho alumnus Bradley Huffman who passed away suddenly in June 2013 at only 22-years of age. Royalties collected from certified seed sales of ‘UI-WSU Huffman’ go towards a scholarship to assist other students obtain an agricultural degree at the university.

‘UI-WSU Huffman’ is available for non-exclusive licensing. Contact ott@uidaho.edu.

» Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture