OSU helps wheat farmers make dough

Oregon State University develops high-yielding, disease-resistant wheat varieties to meet the baking industry's needs. One of OSU's most popular varieties is ORCF 101, which was the most planted wheat in Oregon in fall 2012. Another OSU variety, ORCF 102, was the most planted wheat in Washington that same season. Oregon's Agricultural Progress Magazine on iPads: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/oregons-agricultural-progress/id7857772… on Android Tablets: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=edu.oregonstate.eescpub on the Web: http://oregonprogress.oregonstate.edu

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