Soft White Winter Wheat

Not only does Kaseberg have excellent yield potential, but it is also one of the most versatile cultivars in OSU’s portfolio.

Although Kaseberg offers exceptional yield potential across a wide range of rainfall zones, we have seen this variety perform best in the Willamette Valley, Walla Walla Valley, and the Colombia Basin (specifically Wasco County and Sherman County). 

 

 

Quality: 

Most Desirable 

Benefits: 
  • Widely adapted
  • Excellent end-use quality
  • Moderately resistant to stripe rust
Yield: 

3 Year Yield Data

  Oregon
  High Rain Low Rain
Kaseberg 134.1 58.9
WB 1529 126.8 59.2
Trial Average 125.9 59
Region: 
Kaseberg - Soft White Winter Wheat - PNW Adaptation map
Disease Resistance: 
Kaseberg - Soft White Winter Wheat - Disease Resistance
Pedigree: 
OR/NSA 99-0792//OR