The aim of the study was to compare production and economic outcomes of using different production technologies of winter wheat grown in crop rotation. The research was based on the results of field experiments carried out in the years of 2008-2010. The effect of the research was to determine the indicators of economic efficiency of winter wheat depending on the production technology used. It was found that the level of technology intensity, determined by the costs incurred for the means of production, influenced the structure of direct costs and the profitability of wheat production. The cheapest technology was the economical one which involved using growth retardants, with limited fungicidal protection and low levels of mineral fertilization. It was significantly more profitable than integrated and intensive technologies, but compared to them, it was worse in terms of grain yields.