LCS Mint - Central Plains Trial Data

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The No. 4 variety planted in Kansas in 2016, LCS Mint has continued to be a dependable product for farmers in this region. LCS Mint carries good tolerance to wheat streak mosaic virus and is tolerant to acid soils. This variety is photoperiod sensitive, meaning its maturity, relative to other varieties, will vary year-to-year.

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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.

Links to current university data are available on our Performance Data page: