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  • Seven new varieties of wheat classified for 2022/23

    Seven new varieties of wheat classified for 2022/23

    Seven new varieties of wheat have been classified as part of the 2022/23 Wheat Variety Master List, including six Premium Hard milling varieties and one Durum variety. In addition, two new feed varieties have been introduced. Read the full article View all Grains Australia latest news

  • Industry representatives appointed to Wheat Council

    Industry representatives appointed to Wheat Council

    Grains Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of 12 industry representatives to the newly established Grains Australia Wheat Council. Council members include wheat growers from Eastern and Western Australia, grain traders, processors and handlers, quality and technical experts, wheat breeders, and consumers. Read the full article View all Grains Australia’s recent news

  • New Australian Innovative Wheat

    New Australian Innovative Wheat

    WQA has introduced a new wheat class, Australian Innovative Wheat (AIW). This new class is unique and has a set of classification requirements unlike the existing classes, which are based on testing of trials comparing new candidate lines to a set of controls so that wheats with similar quality can be grouped together in the supply chain. […]

  • Australian White Wheat (AWW): Frequently Asked Questions

    Australian White Wheat (AWW): Frequently Asked Questions
  • New wheat class set to deliver greater choice and value

    New wheat class set to deliver greater choice and value

    In August, Wheat Quality Australia (WQA) introduced a new milling wheat class: Australian White Wheat (AWW), suitable for the instant noodle and general-purpose flour markets.  Maintaining the core quality characteristics of Australian hard wheat — white, hard and sound with superior milling extraction and flour colour — AWW is set to deliver greater choice and […]