Lewiston field day

Growers and industry officials tour research plots at University of Idaho facilities in Lewiston in 2018. New releases from a partnership involving Limagrain Cereal Seeds and UI will be featured in upcoming research plot field days.

MOSCOW — A partnership between University of Idaho and an international wheat and barley breeding company is yielding its first collaborative wheat varieties, selected for planting in the Pacific Northwest.

UI and Limagrain Cereal Seeds, which was founded in France and has its U.S. headquarters in Colorado, teamed up in 2013, three years after Limagrain entered the Pacific Northwest Market.

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