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Title: Registration of Vision 30 Wheat

item Hall, Marla
item Griffey, Carl
item Green, A
item Liu, S
item Gundrum, P
item Berger, G
item Brooks, Wynse
item Thomason, W
item Hokanson, E
item Behl, H
item Pitman, R
item Dunaway, D
item Vaughn, M
item Lewis, T
item Custis, J
item Seabourn, Bradford - Brad
item Chen, Yuanhong - Richard
item Fountain, Myron
item Marshall, David
item Beahm, Bruce
item Whitt, D
item Lin, C
item Mennel, D

Submitted to: Journal of Plant Registrations
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: 3/15/2011
Publication Date: 7/19/2011
Citation: Hall, M.D., Griffey, C.A., Green, A., Liu, S., Gundrum, P., Berger, G., Brooks, Wynse, Thomason, W.E., Hokanson, E.G., Behl, H.D., Pitman, R.M., Dunaway, D.W., Vaughn, M.E., Lewis, T., Custis, J.T., Seabourn, B.W., Chen, Y.R., Fountain, M.O., Marshall, D.S., Beahm, B.R., Whitt, D.L., Lin, C.J., Mennel, D.L. 2011. Registration of Vision 30 Wheat. Journal of Plant Registrations. 5:353-359.

Interpretive Summary: Vision 30 is a new hard red winter wheat, released for specialty wheat production in Virginia and North Carolina.

Technical Abstract: ‘Vision 30’ (Reg. No. CV-1062, PI 661153) hard red winter (HRW) wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) was developed and tested as VA06HRW-49 and released by the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station in March 2010. Vision 30 was derived from the cross 92PAN1#33/VA97W-414. Vision 30 is high yielding, awned, and semidwarf (Rht2) and has midseason spike emergence and resistance to powdery mildew [caused by Blumeria graminis (DC) E.O. Speer]. In Virginia , the average grain yield (2007–2009) of Vision 30 (5301 kg ha-1) was similar to that of the soft red winter wheat check cultivar Renwood 3260 (5536 kg ha-1). Vision 30 was evaluated in the 2008 and 2009 USDA-ARS Uniform Bread Wheat Nursery and produced mean yields (4992 and 4690 kg ha-1) that were similar (P = 0.05) to those of the highest-yielding HRW wheat entry. In comparison with the hard wheat cultivar ‘Lakin’, Vision 30 has acceptable end-use quality on the basis of flour yield (69.9 versus 70.3 g 100 g-1), fl our protein (10.7 versus 9.5 g 100 g-1), fl our water absorption (59.8 versus 59.1 g 100 g-1), dough mixing tolerance (3.3 versus 2.3), pup-loaf volume (812 versus 803 cm3), and crumb grain scores (3.3 versus 3.7).