Winter wheat is the predominant crop grown in Kansas. As the largest contiguous dryland winter wheat producing region in the world, we provide diverse information about wheat production and quality for stakeholders interested in wheat production systems in Kansas and in the U.S. southern Great Plains.
7-8 million acres sown every year.
280-460 million bushels harvested yearly.
90% of production is on dryland
Get Help with Wheat Management
We keep a short selection of articles from our Extension bookstore linked to help you with your growing season.
- Dr. Romulo Lollato
Wheat and Forages Extension Specialist
Email Dr. Lollato
- Dr. Lucas Haag
N.W. Area Extension Agronomist
Email Dr. Haag