Are you wondering what barley and wheat varieties are best suited to your area, the SEPWA variety trials could well provide you with your answer? Every year the SEPWA conducts barley and wheat variety trials across the Esperance Port Zone from Jerramungup to Condingup and north to Salmon Gums.
These trials play an increasingly important role for grain growers in the region when it comes to choosing wheat and barley varieties for their cropping program. One of the key factors of farmer adoption of new crop varieties is the confidence that the new variety is suited to their local environment. This confidence has translated to grain growers in the Esperance Port Zone adopting new varieties up to two years ahead of the remainder of the state.
Click on any of these trial types to see a complete list of all trials of that type in the Esperance Port area.
Complete list of trials in the Esperance Port Zone
All trials that involve wheat as a crop SEPWA trials
All trials that involve barley as a crop.
All trials that involve canola as a crop.
All trials that involve lupins, peas or beans as a crop.
Agronomy & Nutrition
All other crop trials with variations in nutrition, time of sowing, disease and management
Pastures & Farming Systems
All trials that deal with pastures, forestry and other.
Esperance Regional Forum Trials
United Farmers Co-operative Trials
Farm & General Trials