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NEW VARIETIES: Limagrain Cereal Seeds is expanding the offerings in its CoAxium non-GMO herbicide tolerant line with two more hard red winter wheat varieties this fall.

Limagrain Cereal Seeds debuts new winter wheat varieties

Both LCS Photon AX and LCS Atomic AX are well adapted for the Central Plains.

Limagrain Cereal Seeds has two new hard red winter wheat varieties entering the market for fall of 2019. Both are part of the LCS CoAxium non-GMO herbicide tolerance system:

LCS Photon AX. Photon AX is the second CoAxium release for the Central Plains and is available in registered and certified seed. It is widely adapted and has shown excellent yield performance in the South Central corridor and southern High Plains.

It is a medium maturity wheat and matures and has T158 in its background.

LCS Atomic AX. Atomic AX, a hard red winter wheat, is new this year for foundation seed planting. Registered and certified seed will be available for the fall of 2020.

Atomic AX is the third CoAxium released for the Central Plains and has shown excellent yield performance and adaptation to Southern Kansas and Oklahoma. It is early maturing making it a good fit for double crop. It also has superior straw strength and a strong disease package.

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