Garland Wheat

Technical Summary

•  Garland is a hard red winter wheat developed by the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 1993. Plant Variety Protection was sought in 1994 and later issued as PV 199400178.  Garland was released to provide superior yield and test weight under irrigated management where mildew can be severe.

•  Garland is an awned, semidwarf wheat. The coleoptile is white, and juvenile growth is semi-erect. Garland is about 12 cm shorter than ‘Nugaines’ and 1.5 cm shorter than ‘Ute’. Garland has the same heading date as Ute. The chaff is tan at maturity compared to the bronze chaff of Ute.


Commercial Applications

•  Fall planted

•  Irrigated

•  Milling and bread making

•  Garland is moderately resistant to dwarf bunt

•  Intermountain region of U.S.


Competitive Advantages

•  Easy to harvest

•  High yield in severe mildew

•  Moderately resistant to dwarf bunt




Patent Information:
Plant Varieties and Seeds
For Information, Contact:
Christian Iverson
Utah State University
Rulon Albrectsen