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4. www.pacificseeds.com.au The information provided in this publication is intended as a guide only. Pacific Seeds Pty Ltd (including its officers, employees, contractors and agents) (‘Pacific Seeds’) can not guarantee that every statement is without flaw of any kind. While Pacific Seeds has taken all due care to ensure that the information provided is accurate at the time of publication, various factors, including planting times and environmental conditions may alter the characteristics and performance from plants. Pacific Seeds shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in the information or for any loss, injury, damage or other consequence whatsoever that you or any person might incur as a result of your use of or reliance upon the products (whether Pacific Seeds products or otherwise) and information which appear in this publication. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the liability of Pacific Seeds for any claim whatsoever arising out of the supply or use of or reliance upon the products and information in this publication (including liability for breach of any condition or warranty implied by the Trade Practices Act 1974 or any other law) is limited at its discretion, to the replacement of the products, the supply of equivalent products or the resupply of the publication. For application to specific conditions, seek further advice from a local professional. DMS 1107033 pL ant Breeders r ights LongReach Spitfire is protected by Plant Breeders Rights (PBR). In regard to propagating material (planting seed) of this variety, any unauthorised commercial production or reproduction, conditioning for propagation, offering for sale, sale, import, export or stocking of propagating material is an Infringement under the Plant Breeders Rights Act 1994. No grower to grower trading of seed of Spitfire is allowed. e nd p oint r oya L ty ( epr ) Each time a grower purchases seed of Spitfire, the grower agrees to comply with the Variety Licence and Royalty Agreement, including agreement to pay the EPR of $3.85 per tonne (GST inclusive). EPR is payable on all grain production, except on seed retained by the grower for replanting by the grower. The majority of the EPR will be paid by Pacific Seeds to the Breeder (LongReach Plant Breeders) for investment in future wheat breeding programs. y our a uthorised d istri B utor For other sales enquiries, please contact p acific s eeds d istribution centre on 07 4690 2701. ac K no WL edgements Spitfire was developed with the assistance of numerous independent professional contract service providers and public agency researchers. The support of farmer co-operators in all parts of the Australian wheat belt who have provided trial sites since 2003 is also acknowledged. Long r each s pitfire n orthern ns W & QL d W heat s eed aV ai L a B i L ity Good stocks of Spitfire are available. Please contact one of the following Pacific Seeds Associates or your local seed supplier to place an order. Queens L and Galleon Grains Philp Brodie Grains Woods Seeds Springsure, QLD Toowoomba, QLD Goondiwindi, QLD Ph: 07 49846141 Ph: 07 46906400 Ph: 07 46700400 n e W s outh Wa L es Agrigrain Auswest Seeds Hart Bros. Seeds Grainland Narromine, NSW Forbes, NSW Junee, NSW Moree, NSW Ph: 02 6889 2200 Ph: 02 6852 1500 Ph: 02 6924 7206 Ph: 02 67521511

2. www.pacificseeds.com.au Spitfire versus commercial varieties in Central QLD Spitfire Baxter Hartog Kennedy EGA Wylie Sunvale Lang Ellison Sunvex 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 2.00 2.20 2.40 2.60 2.80 3.00 Data sourced from 2009 Main Season NVT Trials - sites include Wowan & Kilcummin T/Ha Spitfire versus commercial varieties Southern QLD SPITFIRE EGA Wylie Baxter Sunvale Kennedy Lang Hartog Sunvex Ellison 2.30 2.60 2.90 3.20 Data sourced from 2009 Main Season NVT Trials - sites include Pittsworth, Dalby, Chinchilla, Roma, Bungunya & Goondiwindi T/Ha y ie L d p er F ormance – Q ueens L and y ie L d p er F ormance – n orthern ns W g rain Qua L ity Spitfire has a final APH classification in Queensland and Northern NSW Spitfire has large grain size, similar to Ellison, larger than Ventura and Livingston Spitfire has consistent high grain protein s pitfire g rain r eceival Quality (Qld- n V t , 2009) Qld n V t 2009 t est Weight (kg/ hectolitre) g rain p rotein % s creenings % (2.0mm sieve) Variety Trial No. Ave Min Max Ave Min Max Ave Min Max Baxter 8 81.6 80.0 85.0 13.1 8.4 15.9 1.8 0.4 5.2 Ellison 8 82.1 78.0 86.0 13.8 10.8 16.6 1.7 0.5 4.9 Kennedy 8 80.6 78.0 84.0 13.3 8.3 15.9 1.1 0.0 4.5 Lang 8 82.6 81.0 86.0 13.2 8.3 16.6 1.8 0.3 5.9 Spitfire 8 84.4 82.0 88.0 13.9 8.7 17.4 1.8 0.0 5.0 Sunvale 8 83.4 81.0 87.0 13.1 8.2 15.9 1.7 0.3 6.9 Sunvex 8 82.8 81.0 86.0 12.7 8.8 16.4 2.5 0.0 6.5 Ventura 8 82.4 78.0 86.0 12.6 8.2 14.9 2.3 0.0 6.7 a verage 82.4 80.7 85.2 12.8 8.4 15.6 2.1 0.8 5.2 s pitfire g rain r eceival Quality ( ns W n orth e ast- n V t , 2009) ns W ne n V t 2009 t est Weight (kg/ hectolitre) g rain p rotein % s creenings % (2.0mm sieve) Variety Trial No. Ave Min Max Ave Min Max Ave Min Max Baxter 8 81.6 79.6 84.4 14.1 12.6 18.8 5.2 1.9 10.5 Ellison 8 82.0 80.8 84.1 13.8 12.3 18.3 7.4 3.4 19.0 Kennedy 8 80.8 79.0 82.8 13.8 12.0 18.3 6.0 2.7 12.0 Lang 8 81.7 80.8 84.4 13.7 11.8 17.6 5.4 2.0 13.0 Spitfire 8 83.4 80.9 84.7 14.6 12.5 20.0 6.1 2.3 10.4 Sunco 8 82.9 81.1 84.6 14.1 12.2 17.2 3.9 1.5 9.9 Sunvale 8 83.4 81.4 86.5 14.1 12.4 16.8 4.6 2.3 10.3 Ventura 8 82.0 80.2 84.0 13.2 11.7 18.2 7.5 2.1 17.3 Average 8 81.9 80.5 83.6 13.4 12.1 17.4 5.9 3.0 11.4 Spitfire versus commercial varieties in North East NSW Spitfire Livingston Ventura Lang Sunvex Baxter Kennedy Ellison 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 Data sourced from 2009 Main Season NVT Trials - sites include North Star, Delungra, Bellata, Wongarbon, Merriwa, Coolah & Spring Ridge T/Ha Spitfire versus commercial varieties North West NSW Spitfire Merinda Ventura Sunco Lang Kennedy Sunvex Ellison 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 Data sourced from 2009 Main Season NVT Trials - sites include Gilgandra, Goonumble, Trangie, Coonamble, Tulloona, Come-by-Chance & Bullarah T/Ha Long r each s pitfire n orthern ns W & QL d W heat s pitfire versus commercial varieties s outhern QL d s pitfire versus commercial varieties n orth West ns W s pitfire versus commercial varieties in c entral QL d s pitfire versus commercial varieties in n orth e ast ns W

1. www.pacificseeds.com.au Breeding Pedigree: Drysdale/Kukri Spitfire (LPB05-2148) was bred by LongReach Plant Breeders, and has been extensively evaluated by the LongReach Plant Breeders technical team led by Dr Bertus Jacobs. The line was first entered into National Variety Trials in 2008. Key Features  A high yielding early mid maturing variety similar to Baxter  Australian Prime Hard (APH) in Queensland and Northern NSW  Excellent Yield potential under extreme Root Lesion Nematode pressure (MT)  Good level of resistance to Stripe Rust (MR) resistance based on Adult Plant Resistance  Crown Rot Resistance (MS)  Market leading grain package with large grain size, low screenings and high protein accumulation  Long Coleoptiles with strong early seedling vigour Spitfire n orthern ns W & QL d Wheat t a BL e 1. s pit F ire o ptimum pL anting t imes Region Planting Times by Weeks April May June July 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Central Highlands Dawson-Callide - low frost risk (higher slopes) E E E O O O O O L L Central Highlands Dawson-Callide - high frost risk (river flats) E O O O O O L Maranoa, Balonne Western Downs South West E E O O O O O O L Darling Downs (Northern uplands) E E O O O O O L Darling Downs - high frost risk (Central, Southern) E O O O O L South Burnett E E O O O O L L NSW North-West Slopes E O O O O L L NSW North-West Plains E O O O O L L NOTES: E= Earlier than ideal but acceptable, depending on frost risk/probability O = Optimum planting time L= Later than ideal, but acceptable. o ptimum pL anting t imes and r egions – t a BL e 1 Spitfire is suited to a main season planting window with an early to mid season maturity. LongReach

3. www.pacificseeds.com.au d isease p ro F i L e - t a BL e 2 n otes: Resistance: R = Resistant, MR = Moderately Resistant, MS = Moderately Susceptible, S = Susceptible, VS = Very Susceptible t olerance: T = Tolerant, MT = Moderately Tolerant, MI = Moderately Intolerant, I = Intolerant, VI = Very Intolerant * = Preliminary Data. Data Provided by QLD DEEDI 2010, NSW DPI 2010, LongReach Plant Breeders 2009 a gronomic Features Spitfire is suited to main season planting with early to mid season maturity similar to Baxter Long Coleoptiles with excellent seedling vigour Medium plant height at maturity, fully awned, white chaffed and has white grain Spitfire is rated (MS) for lodging Appears well suited to Acid Soils, with good yield performance in low pH soils t able 2. d isease and p est r esistance r atings: s pitfire and commercial varieties. d isease r atings p est r eactions Variety s tem r ust Leaf r ust s tripe r ust c rown r ot c ommon r oot r ot y ellow s pot r oot Lesion n ematodes Jackie pt W a + y r17 pt p ratylenchus thornei ( p .thornei) r es r es r es r es r es r es r es t olerance Baxter R-MR R-MR MS MS MR-MS MR-MS MS-S MT-MI c rusader R-MR R R MR-MS MS* MS MR MT-MI e llison R-MR R R MR-MS S MS-S R-MR MI-I ega Wylie R R MR-MS MR-MS MR MR-MS MS-S MT Kennedy MR MR-MS MS MS MS MR-MS MR MT-MI Lang R MS MS MS MS MR MS MI-I Livingston MR R-MR R R-MR S MS-S MS MT-MI s pitfire r - mr ms mr mr ms ms ms - s * mt s unco R MS MR-MS MR-MS MR-MS MR MS-S MI-I s unstate MR R-MR R MS MS-S MR MS-S MT-MI s unvale R MR-MS R MR MS MR-MS MS-S MT-MI Ventura R-MR R-MR R MS MS MR MS-S MT-MI Long r each s pitfire n orthern ns W & QL d W heat

8. pacificseeds.com.au Yield Performance – Queensland Crusader versus commercial varieties in South East Queensland Baxter Kennedy Hartog Lang Livingston Crusader Ventura 1.30 1.80 2.30 2.80 3.30 3.80 4.30 Ventura Crusader Livingston Lang Hartog Kennedy Baxter Data sourced from 2010 Main Season NVT Trials - sites include Brookstead and Kingsthorpe T/Ha Crusader versus commercial varieties South West Queensland Kennedy Lang Crusader Ventura Hartog Ellison Baxter 3.20 3.40 3.60 3.80 4.00 4.20 4.40 Kennedy Lang Crusader Ventura Hartog Ellison Baxter Data sourced from 2010 Main Season NVT Trials - sites include Meandarra and Lundavra T/Ha Yield Performance – New South Wales Crusader versus commercial varieties in North East NSW Livingston Crusader Sunstate Ventura Lang Kennedy 0.50 1.50 2.50 3.50 4.50 5.50 Livingston Crusader Sunstate Ventura Lang Kennedy Data sourced from 2010 Main Season Trials - sites include Bellata, Wongarbon, Merriw a, Coolah, Spring Ridge, North Star T/Ha Seed Availability Please contact one of the following Pacific Seeds Associates or your local supplier to place an order . For more information please go to our website www.pacseeds.com.au Queensland Galleon Grains Pty Ltd PB Agrifoods Woods Seeds Springsure, QLD Toowoomba, QLD Goondiwindi, QLD Ph: 07 4984 6141 Ph: 07 4633 5555 Ph: 07 4670 0400 New South Wales Agrigrain Auswest Seeds Hart Bros. Seeds Grainland Narromine, NSW Forbes, NSW Junee, NSW Moree, NSW Ph: 02 6889 2200 Ph: 02 6852 1500 Ph: 02 6924 7206 Ph: 02 6752 1511 Plant Breeders Rights LongReach Crusader is protected by Plant Breeders Rights (PBR). In regard to propagating material (planting seed) of this variety, any unauthorised commercial production or reproduction, conditioning for propagation, offering for sale, sale, import, export or stocking of propagating material is an infringement under the Plant Breeders Rights Act 1994. No grower to grower trading of seed of LongReach Crusader is allowed. End Point Royalty (EPR) Each time a grower purchases seed of LongReach Crusader , the grower agrees to comply with the Variety L icence and Royalty Agreement, including agreement to pay the EPR of $2. 97 per tonne (GST inclusive). EPR is payable on all grain production, except on seed retained by the grower for replanting by the grower. The majority of the EPR will be paid by Pacific Seeds to the Breeder ( LongReach Plant Breeders ) for investment in future wheat breeding programs. The information provided in this publication is intended as a guide only. Pacific Seeds Pty Ltd (including its officers, employees, contractors and agents) (‘Pacific Seeds’) can not guarantee that every statement is without flaw of any kind. While Pacific Seeds has taken all due care to ensure that the information provided is accurate at the time of publication, various factors, including planting times and environmental conditions may alter the characteristics and performance from plants. Pacific Seeds shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in the information or for any loss, injury, damage or other consequence whatsoever that you or any person might incur as a result of your use of or reliance upon the products (whether Pacific Seeds products or otherwise) and information which appear in this publication. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the liability of Pacific Seeds for any claim whatsoever arising out of the supply or use of or reliance upon the products and information in this publication (including liability for breach of any condition or warranty implied by the Trade Practices Act 1974 or any other law) is limited at its discretion, to the replacement of the products, the supply of equivalent products or the resupply of the publication. For application to specific conditions, seek further advice from a local professional.

5. pacificseeds.com.au Queensland & n orthern ns W Key Features Breeding Maturity g rain Quality and Plant Chara C teristi C s Resistance Rating: V s Very Susceptible, s -Susceptible, M s Moderately Susceptible, M r Moderately Resistant, r Resistant. * Indicates greater level of disease may occur with inoculum pressure at early growth stages. Tolerance Rating: V i Very Intolerant, i Intolerant, M i Moderately Intolerant, M t Moderately Tolerant, t Tolerant, V t Very Tolerant Data provided by QLD DEEDI 2011, LongReach Plant Breeders 2011 and NSW DPI Winter CropVariety Sowing Guide 2011. t a B le1. d isease r atings F or ega g regory and C o MM er C ial V arieties • Excellent yield potential in early to mid season sowings • Medium-slow maturity • Australian Prime Hard (APH) grain quality • Good resistance to current pathotypes of Stem, Leaf and Stripe Rusts • Good tolerance to Root Lesion Nematodes (P. thornei) • Highly resistant to Flag Smut. Pedigree: Pelsart/2*Batavia doubled haploid line. EGA Gregory was bred by the Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F) within the Enterprise Grains Australia (EGA) joint venture EG A Gregor y EGA Gregory normally has medium slow maturity. It is similar in maturity to Batavia, Strzelecki and Petri, but a few days slower than Giles. In early sown (April) crops in Central Qld, EGA Gregory may express medium-quick maturity. EGA Gregory is eligible for receival into the Australian Prime Hard Grade in Queensland and Northern NSW and as Australian Hard Grade in Central NSW. EGA Gregory has good straw strength. It has a plant height similar to Batavia, Petrie and Strzelecki. EGA Gregory is rated R-MR to shattering. Variety s tem r ust l eaf r ust s tripe r ust (W a pt) s tripe r ust ( y r17–27 pt) Crown r ot rln (P.thornei) y ellow l eaf s pot Black Point ega g regory M r r -M r M r M r M s - s M t M s - s M s Strzelecki MR-MS R MR MR MS-S I MR-MS MS Sunvale R R-MR R MR MS-S MT-MI MS-S R-MR Sunbri R MR R MR MS MI MS-S R-MR Ellison MR R R MR-MS S I R-MR MS Sunvex R R R MR MS-S I MR-MS MS Baxter R-MR R MS MS MS MT-MI MS-S MS Lang R MR-MS MS MS MS-S I MS-S R-MR

7. pacificseeds.com.au Crusader Long Re ac h whea t Queensland & n orthern ns W • Consistent high yields in main and later season sowings • Quick maturity, comparable with H45 and Ventura • Australian Prime Hard (APH) classification in Northern NSW and Queensland • Good resistance to current pathotypes of Stem and Leaf Rusts • Good level of resistance to Yellow Leaf Spot (MR-MS) • Strong straw, with good lodging resistance (R) Key Features Pedigree: Sunbrook / H45 Crusader (LPB03-1073) was bred from a cross made by Dr Lindsay O’Brien in the Solheimar Breeding Program. Since 2002, the variety has been developed and extensively evaluated by the LongReach Plant Breeders technical team let by Dr Bertus Jacobs. It was first entered in NVT in 2006 Breeding Crusader is a quick variety with maturity similar to Ventura and H45 and slightly quicker than Baxter. Crusader is extremely well adapted to main and later season sowings. Maturity Crusader has a final classification of Australian Prime Hard (APH) in Northern NSW and in Queensland. Crusader meets the requirements of both domestic and export markets, it produces grain of medium size and low screenings in tight finishing seasons and has excellent milling quality. Crusader has good resistance to shattering (R-MR). g rain Quality and Plant Chara C teristi C s Variety s tem r ust l eaf r ust s tripe r ust (W a pt) s tripe r ust (W a + y r17) Crown r ot rln (P.thornei) y ellow l eaf s pot Black Point Crusader r -M r r r M r -M s * M s M t -M i M r -M s M r Ventura R-MR R R MS MS MT MS-S MR-MS Sunvale R R-MR R MR MS T-MT MS-S R-MR Sunstate MR R R MS MS-S MT MS-S MR-MS Sunco R MR R MR MR-MS MI-I MS-S R-MR Baxter R-MR R MS MS MS MT-MI MS-S MS Lang R MR-MS MS MS MS MI MS R-MR Resistance Rating: V s Very Susceptible, s -Susceptible, M s Moderately Susceptible, M r Moderately Resistant, r Resistant. * Indicates greater level of disease may occur with inoculum pressure at early growth stages. Tolerance Rating: V i Very Intolerant, i Intolerant, M i Moderately Intolerant, M t Moderately Tolerant, t Tolerant, V t Very Tolerant Data provided by QLD DEEDI 2011, LongReach Plant Breeders 2011 and NSW DPI Winter CropVariety Sowing Guide 2011. t a B le1. d isease r atings F or Crusader and C o MM er C ial V arieties

9. pacificseeds.com.au Queensland & n orthern ns W Key Features Breeding Maturity g rain Quality and Plant Chara C teristi C s Resistance Rating: V s Very Susceptible, s -Susceptible, M s Moderately Susceptible, M r Moderately Resistant, r Resistant. * Indicates greater level of disease may occur with inoculum pressure at early growth stages. Tolerance Rating: V i Very Intolerant, i Intolerant, M i Moderately Intolerant, M t Moderately Tolerant, t Tolerant, V t Very Tolerant Data provided by QLD DEEDI 2011, LongReach Plant Breeders 2011 and NSW DPI Winter CropVariety Sowing Guide 2011. t a B le1. d isease r atings F or ega g regory and C o MM er C ial V arieties EGA Wylie has medium maturity. It is slightly later to flower than Baxter, similar to Giles and around two days quicker than Sunvale. EGA Wylie is eligible for receival into the Australian Hard Grade (AH) in Queensland and Northern NSW. EGA Wylie has a plant height that is similar to Giles and Sunvale but shorter than Baxter EGA Wylie is rated MR to shattering. EG A Wy lie • Excellent yield potential to comparable varieties in early and mid season sowings • Medium maturity • Australian Hard (AH) grain quality classification in Queensland and Northern NSW • Good resistance to current pathotypes of Stem and Leaf Rusts • Good Crown Rot resistance • Excellent tolerance to Root Lesion Nematodes (P. thornei) • Good Black Point resistance Pedigree: QT2327//Cook//QT2804 (sister line to Baxter). EGA Wylie was bred by the Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F) within the Enterprise Grains Australia (EGA) joint venture EGA Wylie has the best available Crown Rot Resistance with a rating of Moderately Resistant (MR) EGA Wylie is rated Tolerant (T) to Root Lesion Nematode (P.thornei) Variety s tem r ust l eaf r ust s tripe r ust (W a pt) s tripe r ust ( y r17-27 pt) Crown r ot rln (P.thornei) y ellow l eaf s pot Black Point ega Wylie r r M s M s M r -M s t -M t M s - s M r Strzelecki MR-MS R MR MR MS-S I MR-MS MS Sunvale R R-MR R MR MS-S MT-MI MS-S R-MR Ellison MR R R MR-MS S I R-MR MS Sunvex R R R MR MS-S I MR-MS MS Baxter R-MR R MS MS MS MT-MI MS-S MS Sunco R MR MR-MS MR-MS MS MI-I MS-S R-MR Lang R MR-MS MS MS MS-S I MS-S R-MR

10. pacificseeds.com.au The information provided in this publication is intended as a guide only. Pacific Seeds Pty Ltd (including its officers, employees, contractors and agents) (‘Pacific Seeds’) can not guarantee that every statement is without flaw of any kind. While Pacific Seeds has taken all due care to ensure that the information provided is accurate at the time of publication, various factors, including planting times and environmental conditions may alter the characteristics and performance from plants. Pacific Seeds shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in the information or for any loss, injury, damage or other consequence whatsoever that you or any person might incur as a result of your use of or reliance upon the products (whether Pacific Seeds products or otherwise) and information which appear in this publication. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the liability of Pacific Seeds for any claim whatsoever arising out of the supply or use of or reliance upon the products and information in this publication (including liability for breach of any condition or warranty implied by the Trade Practices Act 1974 or any other law) is limited at its discretion, to the replacement of the products, the supply of equivalent products or the resupply of the publication. For application to specific conditions, seek further advice from a local professional. Yield Performance - Queensland E G A W y l i e v e r s u s c o m m e r c i a l v a r i e t i e s i n S o u t h e r n Q L D 2.65 2.62 2.58 2.51 2.51 2.41 2.41 2.20 2.30 2.40 2.50 2.60 2.70 EGA Wy lie Baxter Kennedy Sunvale Strzelecki Sunvex Ellis on D a t a s o u r c e d f r o m 2 0 0 0 - 2 0 0 9 M a i n S e a s o n N V T T r i a l s T/Ha E G A W y l i e v e r s u s c o m m e r c i a l v a r i e t i e s i n C e n t r a l Q L D 2.77 3.15 2.78 2.81 2.88 2.92 2.94 2.60 2.70 2.80 2.90 3.00 EGA Wy lie Baxter Giles Strzelecki Ellis on Sunvex Sunvale Data s ource d from 2000 - 2009 M ain Se as on NVT Trials T/Ha Yield Performance – New South Wales E G A W y l i e v e r s u s c o m m e r c i a l v a r i e t i e s N o r t h e r n N S W 3.20 3.22 3.22 3.21 3.16 3.14 3.07 2.95 3.00 3.05 3.10 3.15 3.20 3.25 EGA Wy lie Strzelecki Sunvex Sunvale Kennedy Ellis on Sunco D a t a s o u r c e d f r o m 2 0 0 0 - 2 0 0 9 M a i n S e a s o n N V T T r i a l s T/Ha Se ed Availability Please contact one of the following Pacific Seeds Associates or your local supplier to place an order . For more information please go to our website www.pacificseeds.com.au Queensland Galleon Grains Pty Ltd PB Agrifoods Woods Seeds Springsure, QLD Toowoomba, QLD Goondiwi ndi, QLD Ph: 07 4984 6141 Ph: 07 4633 5555 Ph: 07 4670 0400 New South Wales Agrigrain Auswest Seeds Hart Bros. Seeds Grainland Narromine, NSW Forbes, NSW Junee, NSW Moree, NSW Ph: 02 6889 2200 Ph: 02 6852 1500 Ph: 02 6924 7206 Ph: 02 6752 1511 Plant Breeders Rights EGA Wylie is protected by Plant Breeders Rights (PBR). In regard to propagating material (planting seed) of this variety, any unauthorised commercial production or reproduction, conditioning for propagation, offering for sale, sale, import, export or stocking of propagating material is an infringement under the Plant Breeders Rights Act 1994. No grower to grower trading of seed of EGA Wylie is allowed. End Point Royalty (EPR) Each time a grower purchases s eed of EGA Wylie , the grower agrees to comply with the Variety Licence and Royalty Agreement, including agreement to pay the EPR of $2.31 per tonne (GST inclusive). EPR is payable on all grain production, except on seed retained by the grower for replantin g by the grower. The majority of the EPR will be paid by Pacific Seeds to the Breeder (DPI&F) for investment in future wheat breeding programs.

6. pacificseeds.com.au Yield Performance - Quee nsland E G A G r e g o r y v e r s u s c o m m e r c i a l v a r i e t i e s i n S o u t h e r n Q L D 2.72 2.62 2.58 2.51 2.51 2.41 2.41 2.20 2.30 2.40 2.50 2.60 2.70 2.80 EGA Gregory Baxter Kennedy Sunvale Strzelecki Sunvex Ellis on D a t a s o u r c e d f r o m 2 0 0 0 - 2 0 0 9 M a i n S e a s o n N V T T r i a l s T/Ha E G A G r e g o r y v e r s u s c o m m e r c i a l v a r i e t i e s i n C e n t r a l Q L D 2.77 3.15 2.78 2.81 2.88 2.94 3.01 2.60 2.70 2.80 2.90 3.00 3.10 EGA Gregory Kennedy Baxter Strzelecki Ellis on Sunvex Sunvale Data s ource d from 2000 - 2009 M ain Se as on NVT Trials T/Ha Yield Performance – New South Wales E G A G r e g o r y v e r s u s c o m m e r c i a l v a r i e t i e s i n N S W N o r t h - E a s t 3.86 3.80 3.74 3.64 3.62 3.61 3.50 3.30 3.40 3.50 3.60 3.70 3.80 3.90 EGA Gregory Sunzell Giles Sunvale Sunvex Strzelecki Ellis on Data Source d from 2000 - 2009 M ain Se as on NVT Trials T/Ha E G A G r e g o r y v e r s u s c o m m e r c i a l v a r i e t i e s i n N S W N o r t h - W e s t 3.04 2.94 2.89 2.83 2.82 2.79 2.78 2.60 2.70 2.80 2.90 3.00 3.10 EGA Gregory Sunzell Giles Strzelecki Sunvex Sunvale Ellison Data Source d from 2000 - 2009 M ain Se as on NVT Trials T/Ha Seed Availability Please contact one of the following Pacific Seeds Associates or your local supplier to place an order . For more information please go to our website www.pacseeds.com.au Queensland Galleon Grains Pty Ltd PB Agrifoods Woods Seeds Springsure, QLD Toowoomba, QLD Goondiwindi, QLD Ph: 07 4984 6141 Ph: 07 4633 5555 Ph: 07 4670 0400 New South Wales Agrigra in Auswest Seeds Hart Bros. Seeds Grainland Narromine, NSW Forbes, NSW Junee, NSW Moree, NSW Ph: 02 6889 2200 Ph: 02 6852 1500 Ph: 02 6924 7206 Ph: 02 6752 1511 Plant Breeders Rights EGA Gregory is protected by Plant Breeders Rights (PBR). In rega rd to propagating material (planting seed) of this variety, any unauthorised commercial production or reproduction, conditioning for propagation, offering for sale, sale, import, export orstocking of propagating material is an infringement under the Pla nt Breeders Rights Act 1994. No grower to grower trading of seed of EGA Gregory is allowed. End Point Royalty (EPR) Each time a grower purchases seed of EGA Gregory, the grower agrees to comply with the Variety Licence and Royalty Agreem ent, including agreement to pay the EPR of $2.31 per tonne (GST inclusive). EPR is payable on all grain production, except on seed retained by the grower for replanting by the grower. The majority of the EPR will be paid by Pacific Seeds to the Breeder (DP I&F) for investment in future wheat breeding programs. The information provided in this publication is intended as a guide only. Pacific Seeds Pty Ltd (including its officers, employees, contractors and agents) (‘Pacific Seeds’) can not guarantee that every statement is without flaw of any kind. While Pacific Seeds has taken all due care to ensure that the information provided is accurate at the time of publication, various factors, including planting times and environmental conditions may alter the characteristics and performance from plants. Pacific Seeds shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in the information or for any loss, injury, damage or other consequence whatsoever that you or any person might incur as a result of your use of or reliance upon the products (whether Pacific Seeds products or otherwise) and information which appear in this publication. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the liability of Pacific Seeds for any claim whatsoever arising out of the supply or use of or reliance upon the products and information in this publication (including liability for breach of any condition or warranty implied by the Trade Practices Act 1974 or any other law) is limited at its discretion, to the replacement of the products, the supply of equivalent products or the resupply of the publication. For application to specific conditions, seek further advice from a local professional.

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