Quality Based Commodity Marketing Program
Kansas State University Research and Extension, in partnership with the International Grains Program, the Kansas Wheat Commission, the Kansas Grain and Feed Association and grain elevator partners across Kansas, is pleased to feature our Quality-Based Commodity Marketing Program in an effort to provide real-time information regarding the Kansas wheat production. This program features two unique components: map-based wheat production data and producers profiles, which will provide useful wheat quality information to the user regarding the 2009 wheat crop. We're pleased to introduce:
2009 Harvest Quality Survey2009 Harvest Quality Survey
Producer ProfilesAcross the state of Kansas, wheat producers are working to produce quality, high-yield crops. These producers each represent a growing area with it's own unique geopraphical challenges and benefits. When used in conjunction with the 2009 Wheat Quality Survey, these insights provides a unique perspective that is reflected in the wheat crop data and a useful tool when trying to interpet the data. As we follow the wheat harvest in 2009, be sure to check in for periodic updates regarding the wheat harvest in Kansas.