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000023613 245__ $$aWHITE WHEAT MARKET AND STRATEGY ANALYSIS FOR NORTH DAKOTA
000023613 260__ $$c2001
000023613 269__ $$a2001
000023613 270__ $$mejanzen@ndsuext.nodak.edu$$pJanzen,   Edward L.
000023613 270__ $$mbwilson@ndsuext.nodak.edu$$pWilson,   William W.
000023613 300__ $$a38
000023613 336__ $$aReport
000023613 446__ $$aEnglish
000023613 490__ $$aAgribusiness and Applied Economics Report No. 454
000023613 520__ $$aThere is a growing interest and a perceived demand for hard white (HW) wheat to satisfy the needs of the growing Asian noodle market which is currently dominated by Australia.  The wheat industry is reviewed with attention to U.S. and Australian production and international markets for white wheat.  Quality issues and target markets/market development are discussed.  Economic issues associated with production of HW wheat in hard red spring (HRS) wheat producing areas, primarily North Dakota, are explored with emphasis on agronomic issues, segregation and handling costs, yield factors, and price premiums.  At present, the development of HW wheat in North Dakota must focus on yield improvements and the development of a robust HW wheat adaptable to climatic conditions in the state to reduce the risks of switching to HW wheat as an alternative crop.
000023613 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000023613 6531_ $$ahard white (HW) wheat
000023613 6531_ $$awheat breeding
000023613 6531_ $$awheat quality
000023613 6531_ $$awheat markets
000023613 6531_ $$awheat end uses
000023613 6531_ $$aagronomics
000023613 6531_ $$ayield
000023613 6531_ $$aprice premiums
000023613 700__ $$aJanzen, Edward L.
000023613 700__ $$aWilson, William W.
000023613 8564_ $$s128268$$uhttps://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/23613/files/aer454.pdf
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