Key to gene symbol "germplasm" information

i:Near-isogenic stocks, with number of backcrosses indicated. tv:Tetraploid stocks.
s:Homologous chromosome-substitution stocks, with number of backcrosses indicated. tv2:Tetraploid stocks with two or more genes affecting the trait.
tr:Translocation line of common wheat. idv:Near-isogenic line of diploid wheat.
v:Cultivaral hexaploid stocks in increasing order of genetic complexity. dv:Diploid stocks.
v2:Cultivaral hexaploid stocks with two or more genes affecting the trait. al:Alien species.
ad:Alien chromo some addition line. ma:Reference to mapping information involving agronomic and morphological traits and molecular markers under gene entries will generally be restricted to values of less than 10 cM. Values higher than this would be of less use in genetics and plant breeding and, in any case, should be available from the genetic linkage section of the Catalogue or from genetic maps. Higher values will be used in the case of flanking markers.
su:Alien chromosome substitution line. c:Cloning details and gene structure
itv:Near-isogenic tetraploid stocks.

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Given name+ traits
 
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Genetic data
 
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Ancestry
 
Other names + other #
 
Notes

 
Arkansas No. 105 LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Spring
status = Improved cultivar
# PI 565390

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO 

released: 1918
received: 17/10/1991

United States, Arkansas (developed)
collector's ID: WIR 35846
Selection from Red May
other # = Arkansas No. 105; WIR 35846; MAC9192-78
History: DEVELOPED 1918 Arkansas, United States by Osborn, L., University of Arkansas. DONATED 10/17/1991 by N.I. Vavilov Research Institute of Plant Industry
Early Harvest LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
# 180

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1919

donor: NSW Agriculture (AUS)INFO
donor #: C 17218(ACC)

Canada
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas}
synonyms = GRIS {Red May}
Early MAY LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
# 10839

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1852

donor: AUS141 (AUS)INFO
donor #: NS 90

Australia
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas}
synonyms = GRIS {Flint; Red May; Early Red May}
Early Premium LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lg}
# 24689

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1937
cultivated: 1937-

donor: CAAS (CHN)INFO

GRIS{Ppd-D1b}
United States, Missouri
Selection from field of May (PED) GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Rice}
synonyms = GRIS {Triumph, MISSURI; Missouri Early Premium; Zaoyang Mai; Zaoyangmai; Tsao Yang Mai; Tsao Yang; Nongda 1}
Early Premium LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lg}
# CItr 11858

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1937
cultivated: 1937-
received: 1/9/1936

GRIS{Ppd-D1b}
United States, Missouri (developed)
Selection from field of May GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Rice}
synonyms = GRIS {Triumph, MISSURI; Missouri Early Premium; Zaoyang Mai; Zaoyangmai; Tsao Yang Mai; Tsao Yang; Nongda 1}
other # = Early Premium; CI 11858; GRIS {VIR-k35822, AWCC-95142, AWCC-24689}
History: DEVELOPED 1937 Missouri, United States by Houston, J.
Flint LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. lutescensAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Bt; Fr}
# k22113

@ VIR (RUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1830
cultivated: 1830-1850
received: 1928

GRIS{ne1, ne2; ch1, Ch2; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a; Glu-A1a/b, Glu-B1b, Glu-D1a}
United States
GRIS {LV Eastern USA}
synonyms = GRIS {Flint, USA
;Early May; Little May; Little Red; Little Red May; May; Rappahannock; Red May; Red Davie}
other # = EURISCO100022113; GRIS {USDA-ARS-CItr 6307, AWCC-232}
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. milturumAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Fr}
# k22157

@ VIR (RUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1845
cultivated: 1845-
received: 1928

GRIS{ne1, Ne2; ne1, Ne2s; ch1, Ch2; d1, d2, d3; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas; (S)Virginia May}
synonyms = GRIS {Beechwood; Canadian Hybrid; Early Harvest; Early May; Early Ripe; Jones Longberry; Michigan Wonder; Orange; Pride of Indiana; Red Cross, USA; Flint; Michigan Amber; Red Republic; Republican Red; Enterprise
}
other # = EURISCO100022157; GRIS {USDA-ARS-CItr 5620, USDA-ARS-CItr 12023}
RED MAY LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Unkown
# 2499

@ IHAR (POL) INFO 
received: 1978

United States
other # = USA027CI 5336
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. milturumAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
# TRI 14041

@ IPK (DEU) INFO 
donor #: CI 12023
received: 1984


other # = DEU146W 5965
Red may LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Unkown
# RCAT001814

@ RCA (HUN) INFO 
received: 1956

United States
Red May LINK
Triticum spp.
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
# TRI 23714

@ IPK (DEU) INFO 

donor: PGR (DEU)INFO
donor #: 37951
received: 24/9/2003

United States
other # = USA027CI 005336
Red MAY LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
# 3243

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO 

donor: AUS062 (AUS)INFO
donor #: SW 3865

United States, Missouri
Red MAY LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
# 3244

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO 

donor: AUS141 (AUS)INFO
donor #: NS 252

United States, Missouri
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = 'Other' - elaborated in 'remarks'
GRIS{susceptible = Fr}
# CItr 12023

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1845
cultivated: 1845-
received: 1/9/1939

GRIS{ne1, Ne2; ne1, Ne2s; ch1, Ch2; d1, d2, d3; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States, Texas
collection site: Texas
date: 1st September 1939
altitude: 714 m.
map link
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas; (S)Virginia May}
synonyms = GRIS {Beechwood; Canadian Hybrid; Early Harvest; Early May; Early Ripe; Jones Longberry; Michigan Wonder; Orange; Pride of Indiana; Red Cross, USA; Flint; Michigan Amber; Red Republic; Republican Red; Enterprise
}
other # = Red May; Texas 7250-1; CI 12023; GRIS {VIR-k22157, USDA-ARS-CItr 5620}
Remark: The local strain of Red May in Denton County that is different from that grown as Michigan Wonder in Missouri and Michigan Amber in Indiana.
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
# CItr 5336

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO 

received: 1/7/1913

United States, Kansas
collection site: USA collection site
date: 1st July 1913
altitude: 479 m.
map link
other # = Red May; CI 5336
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = 'Other' - elaborated in 'remarks'
GRIS{susceptible = Fr}
# CItr 5620

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1845
cultivated: 1845-
received: 14/9/1917

GRIS{ne1, Ne2; ne1, Ne2s; ch1, Ch2; d1, d2, d3; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States, Indiana
collection site: USA collection site
date: 14th September 1917
altitude: 247 m.
map link
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas; (S)Virginia May}
synonyms = GRIS {Beechwood; Canadian Hybrid; Early Harvest; Early May; Early Ripe; Jones Longberry; Michigan Wonder; Orange; Pride of Indiana; Red Cross, USA; Flint; Michigan Amber; Red Republic; Republican Red; Enterprise
}
other # = Red May; CI 5620; GRIS {VIR-k22157, USDA-ARS-CItr 12023}
Redhard LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. lutescensAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{resistant = Spr
Agri Hortigue Genet.1987,43:52-68
}
# k33074

@ VIR (RUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1921
cultivated: 1921-
received: 1936

GRIS{ne1, ne2; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States
GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Southern Flint; (S)Flint; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Red Hart; Redhard}
other # = EURISCO100033074; GRIS {USDA-ARS-CItr 8898, AWCC-7594}
Redhart LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{resistant = Spr
Agri Hortigue Genet.1987,43:52-68
}
# 7594

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1921
cultivated: 1921-

donor: QDPI (AUS)INFO
donor #: CItr 8898

GRIS{ne1, ne2; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States
GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Southern Flint; (S)Flint; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Red Hart; Redhard}
Redhart LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{resistant = Spr
Agri Hortigue Genet.1987,43:52-68
}
# CItr 8898

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1921
cultivated: 1921-
received: 1929

GRIS{ne1, ne2; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States (developed)
Selection from Southern Flint or Red May GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Southern Flint; (S)Flint; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Red Hart; Redhard}
other # = Redhart; AUS 7594; CI 8898; GRIS {VIR-k33074, AWCC-7594}
Remark: Soft red winter wheat. History: DEVELOPED 1921 South Carolina, United States by Coker's Pedigreed Seed Co.
Shepherd LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lr,Sr,Yr,Pm,Lg; Fr}
# 3368

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1923
cultivated: 1923-

donor: Department of Primary Industries Victoria (AUS)INFO
donor #: VW 479A

GRIS{d1, D2, d3; Ne2s; Ne2ms
; ne1, Ne2; ch1, Ch2}
United States, New York
GRIS {(S)Tennessee Fultz; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Shepherd, USA
}
Shepherd LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lr,Sr,Yr,Pm,Lg; Fr}
# 3370

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1923
cultivated: 1923-

donor: NSW Agriculture (AUS)INFO
donor #: C 14768

GRIS{d1, D2, d3; Ne2s; Ne2ms
; ne1, Ne2; ch1, Ch2}
United States, New York
GRIS {(S)Tennessee Fultz; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Shepherd, USA
}
Shepherd LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lr,Sr,Yr,Pm,Lg; Fr}
# CItr 6163

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1923
cultivated: 1923-
received: 1918

GRIS{d1, D2, d3; Ne2s; Ne2ms
; ne1, Ne2; ch1, Ch2}
United States, New York (developed)
Head Selection from Seed Secured from Indiana Agric. Exp. Station GRIS {(S)Tennessee Fultz; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Shepherd, USA
}
other # = Shepherd; AUS 7185; CI 6163; GRIS {VIR-k25669, AWCC-3368, AWCC-3370}
Remark: Soft red winter wheat. History: DEVELOPED 1923 New York, United States by Leighty, C., USDA-Bureau of Plant Industry
Given name+ traits
 
Accession # + images  + dates
 
Genetic data
 
OriginNOTE+ collected
 
Ancestry
 
Other names + other #
 
Notes

 
Arkansas No. 105 LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Spring
status = Improved cultivar
# PI 565390

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO 

released: 1918
received: 17/10/1991

United States, Arkansas (developed)
collector's ID: WIR 35846
Selection from Red May
other # = Arkansas No. 105; WIR 35846; MAC9192-78
History: DEVELOPED 1918 Arkansas, United States by Osborn, L., University of Arkansas. DONATED 10/17/1991 by N.I. Vavilov Research Institute of Plant Industry
Early Harvest LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
# 180

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1919

donor: NSW Agriculture (AUS)INFO
donor #: C 17218(ACC)

Canada
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas}
synonyms = GRIS {Red May}
Early MAY LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
# 10839

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1852

donor: AUS141 (AUS)INFO
donor #: NS 90

Australia
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas}
synonyms = GRIS {Flint; Red May; Early Red May}
Early Premium LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lg}
# 24689

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1937
cultivated: 1937-

donor: CAAS (CHN)INFO

GRIS{Ppd-D1b}
United States, Missouri
Selection from field of May (PED) GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Rice}
synonyms = GRIS {Triumph, MISSURI; Missouri Early Premium; Zaoyang Mai; Zaoyangmai; Tsao Yang Mai; Tsao Yang; Nongda 1}
Early Premium LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lg}
# CItr 11858

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1937
cultivated: 1937-
received: 1/9/1936

GRIS{Ppd-D1b}
United States, Missouri (developed)
Selection from field of May GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Rice}
synonyms = GRIS {Triumph, MISSURI; Missouri Early Premium; Zaoyang Mai; Zaoyangmai; Tsao Yang Mai; Tsao Yang; Nongda 1}
other # = Early Premium; CI 11858; GRIS {VIR-k35822, AWCC-95142, AWCC-24689}
History: DEVELOPED 1937 Missouri, United States by Houston, J.
Flint LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. lutescensAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Bt; Fr}
# k22113

@ VIR (RUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1830
cultivated: 1830-1850
received: 1928

GRIS{ne1, ne2; ch1, Ch2; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a; Glu-A1a/b, Glu-B1b, Glu-D1a}
United States
GRIS {LV Eastern USA}
synonyms = GRIS {Flint, USA
;Early May; Little May; Little Red; Little Red May; May; Rappahannock; Red May; Red Davie}
other # = EURISCO100022113; GRIS {USDA-ARS-CItr 6307, AWCC-232}
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. milturumAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Fr}
# k22157

@ VIR (RUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1845
cultivated: 1845-
received: 1928

GRIS{ne1, Ne2; ne1, Ne2s; ch1, Ch2; d1, d2, d3; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas; (S)Virginia May}
synonyms = GRIS {Beechwood; Canadian Hybrid; Early Harvest; Early May; Early Ripe; Jones Longberry; Michigan Wonder; Orange; Pride of Indiana; Red Cross, USA; Flint; Michigan Amber; Red Republic; Republican Red; Enterprise
}
other # = EURISCO100022157; GRIS {USDA-ARS-CItr 5620, USDA-ARS-CItr 12023}
RED MAY LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Unkown
# 2499

@ IHAR (POL) INFO 
received: 1978

United States
other # = USA027CI 5336
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. milturumAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
# TRI 14041

@ IPK (DEU) INFO 
donor #: CI 12023
received: 1984


other # = DEU146W 5965
Red may LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Unkown
# RCAT001814

@ RCA (HUN) INFO 
received: 1956

United States
Red May LINK
Triticum spp.
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
# TRI 23714

@ IPK (DEU) INFO 

donor: PGR (DEU)INFO
donor #: 37951
received: 24/9/2003

United States
other # = USA027CI 005336
Red MAY LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
# 3243

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO 

donor: AUS062 (AUS)INFO
donor #: SW 3865

United States, Missouri
Red MAY LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
# 3244

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO 

donor: AUS141 (AUS)INFO
donor #: NS 252

United States, Missouri
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = 'Other' - elaborated in 'remarks'
GRIS{susceptible = Fr}
# CItr 12023

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1845
cultivated: 1845-
received: 1/9/1939

GRIS{ne1, Ne2; ne1, Ne2s; ch1, Ch2; d1, d2, d3; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States, Texas
collection site: Texas
date: 1st September 1939
altitude: 714 m.
map link
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas; (S)Virginia May}
synonyms = GRIS {Beechwood; Canadian Hybrid; Early Harvest; Early May; Early Ripe; Jones Longberry; Michigan Wonder; Orange; Pride of Indiana; Red Cross, USA; Flint; Michigan Amber; Red Republic; Republican Red; Enterprise
}
other # = Red May; Texas 7250-1; CI 12023; GRIS {VIR-k22157, USDA-ARS-CItr 5620}
Remark: The local strain of Red May in Denton County that is different from that grown as Michigan Wonder in Missouri and Michigan Amber in Indiana.
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
# CItr 5336

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO 

received: 1/7/1913

United States, Kansas
collection site: USA collection site
date: 1st July 1913
altitude: 479 m.
map link
other # = Red May; CI 5336
Red May LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = 'Other' - elaborated in 'remarks'
GRIS{susceptible = Fr}
# CItr 5620

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1845
cultivated: 1845-
received: 14/9/1917

GRIS{ne1, Ne2; ne1, Ne2s; ch1, Ch2; d1, d2, d3; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States, Indiana
collection site: USA collection site
date: 14th September 1917
altitude: 247 m.
map link
GRIS {(S)Red Lammas; (S)Yellow Lammas; (S)Virginia May}
synonyms = GRIS {Beechwood; Canadian Hybrid; Early Harvest; Early May; Early Ripe; Jones Longberry; Michigan Wonder; Orange; Pride of Indiana; Red Cross, USA; Flint; Michigan Amber; Red Republic; Republican Red; Enterprise
}
other # = Red May; CI 5620; GRIS {VIR-k22157, USDA-ARS-CItr 12023}
Redhard LINK
Triticum aestivum ssp. lutescensAU
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{resistant = Spr
Agri Hortigue Genet.1987,43:52-68
}
# k33074

@ VIR (RUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1921
cultivated: 1921-
received: 1936

GRIS{ne1, ne2; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States
GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Southern Flint; (S)Flint; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Red Hart; Redhard}
other # = EURISCO100033074; GRIS {USDA-ARS-CItr 8898, AWCC-7594}
Redhart LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{resistant = Spr
Agri Hortigue Genet.1987,43:52-68
}
# 7594

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1921
cultivated: 1921-

donor: QDPI (AUS)INFO
donor #: CItr 8898

GRIS{ne1, ne2; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States
GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Southern Flint; (S)Flint; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Red Hart; Redhard}
Redhart LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{resistant = Spr
Agri Hortigue Genet.1987,43:52-68
}
# CItr 8898

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1921
cultivated: 1921-
received: 1929

GRIS{ne1, ne2; Rht-B1a, Rht-D1a}
United States (developed)
Selection from Southern Flint or Red May GRIS {(S)Red May; (S)Southern Flint; (S)Flint; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Red Hart; Redhard}
other # = Redhart; AUS 7594; CI 8898; GRIS {VIR-k33074, AWCC-7594}
Remark: Soft red winter wheat. History: DEVELOPED 1921 South Carolina, United States by Coker's Pedigreed Seed Co.
Shepherd LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lr,Sr,Yr,Pm,Lg; Fr}
# 3368

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1923
cultivated: 1923-

donor: Department of Primary Industries Victoria (AUS)INFO
donor #: VW 479A

GRIS{d1, D2, d3; Ne2s; Ne2ms
; ne1, Ne2; ch1, Ch2}
United States, New York
GRIS {(S)Tennessee Fultz; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Shepherd, USA
}
Shepherd LINK
Triticum aestivum
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lr,Sr,Yr,Pm,Lg; Fr}
# 3370

@ AWCC (AUS) INFO > GRIS 
released: 1923
cultivated: 1923-

donor: NSW Agriculture (AUS)INFO
donor #: C 14768

GRIS{d1, D2, d3; Ne2s; Ne2ms
; ne1, Ne2; ch1, Ch2}
United States, New York
GRIS {(S)Tennessee Fultz; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Shepherd, USA
}
Shepherd LINK
Triticum aestivum
habit = Winter
status = Improved cultivar
GRIS{susceptible = Lr,Sr,Yr,Pm,Lg; Fr}
# CItr 6163

@ USDA-ARS (USA) INFO > GRIS 

released: 1923
cultivated: 1923-
received: 1918

GRIS{d1, D2, d3; Ne2s; Ne2ms
; ne1, Ne2; ch1, Ch2}
United States, New York (developed)
Head Selection from Seed Secured from Indiana Agric. Exp. Station GRIS {(S)Tennessee Fultz; (S)Red May}
synonyms = GRIS {Shepherd, USA
}
other # = Shepherd; AUS 7185; CI 6163; GRIS {VIR-k25669, AWCC-3368, AWCC-3370}
Remark: Soft red winter wheat. History: DEVELOPED 1923 New York, United States by Leighty, C., USDA-Bureau of Plant Industry

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