SF Scenario is an awnless, long growing season winter wheat with potential for high yields in the high rainfall zone.
It has been developed across the main wheat growing regions of France where it has a high level of protein, good specific weight and is used as a bread-making variety meeting the specification of the European millers.
SF Scenario has a short straw and shows good resistance to lodging and wheat streak mosaic virus. It is recommended for sowing in southern high rainfall zone where its high yields can enable greater per hectare returns than white wheats.
|Full season growing potential|
|Can be sown in HRZ from late summer until early winter|
|Very high yield potential|
|Good resistance to wheat streak mosaic virus|
|Increased resistance to sprouting|
|Increased income potential for autumn/winter grazing when sown early|
Good resistance to wheat streak mosaic virus
Very good autumn and winter
SW slopes & S Tablelands NSW, N Victoria (irrigation), S Victoria, South-east SA