LCS Wizard

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LCS Wizard is a medium maturity HRW wheat targeted for the Central and Southern Plains and irrigated production in the High Plains. It has exceptional straw strength, which makes it a good candidate for high input management. LCS Wizard is medium height with a medium coleoptile. Yield data from LCS Wizard in the past three seasons was superb across many varied environments, proving its broad adaption and yield stability. LCS Wizard is late in producing a first hollow stem, allowing it to be utilized as a dual-purpose wheat in grazing situations. Tolerance to both Hessian fly and barley yellow dwarf virus are two key traits that not many products currently on the market can offer. LCS Wizard is also tolerant to soil-borne mosaic virus.

Dr. Marla Barnett, Wheat Breeder

Agronomic Features

LCS WizardEverestIbaRuby Lee
Acid Soil Tolerance TolerantTolerant IntermediateTolerant
Coleoptile Length MediumMediumMedium-LongMedium
Drought ToleranceVery GoodGoodVery GoodVery Good
Maturity MediumEarlyMediumMedium-Early
Seed SizeSmallLargeMediumVery Large
Shattering ReputationGoodGoodGoodAverage
Straw StrengthExcellentVery GoodAverageAverage
Test WeightVery GoodGoodVery GoodGood
Tillering AbilityHighLowIntermediateHigh
Winter-HardinessAverageVery GoodBelow AverageGood
Yield Potential Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery Good
All available public and private multi-year data used in determining agronomic ratings

Disease Resistance

All data obtained from Limagrain Cereal Seeds' HRWW Breeding Program

End-Use Quality

LCS Wizard has hard grain, higher flour extraction, and low PPO (polyphenol oxidase - high levels cause undesirable browning in certain flour products).

Hayley Butler, Quality Manager

LCS WizardEverest
Flour Protein (%)1312
Flour Yield (%)7876
Loaf Volume (cc)720725

Data Source:

To obtain the most accurate technical data possible, ratings and scores are comprised of all available LCS and public research data. The results presented in this guide may not be an indicator of results you may obtain in your individual location, as local growing conditions-including soil type and weather-may vary. All growers are advised to evaluate data from multiple locations and years whenever possible.