SRWW

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AcronymDefinition
SRWWSoft Red Winter Wheat
SRWWSalt River Watershed Watch (citizen monitoring program; Kentucky)
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Pastry flour, usually made from soft red winter wheat, contains very little protein, a great deal of starch, and is rarely bleached.
Management of soft red winter wheat in Missouri is based on a perception that wheat serves only as a minimum-input crop in rotation with higher valued commodities.
CBOT July soybeans ended up 10 cents at $8.88 a bushel and July soft red winter wheat futures finished up 9-1/4 cents at $5.35-1/2 a bushel.
Currently, Cargill buys corn, soybeans and soft red winter wheat at Hales Point, and the additional capacity will allow Cargill to buy milo/sorghum grain.
CAIRO: Egypt, the world's largest wheat importer, has bought 115,000 tons of US soft red winter wheat for May 21-31 shipment on a free on board basis, the main government wheat buyer said on Thursday.
Soft red winter wheat produced in eastern Canada is not subject to tracking and identify preservation under the program because Canada does not require such certificates for this class of U.S.
Said el-Hefny, vice chairman of the General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC), gave the following breakdown of the purchases (all FOB): 55,000 tonnes of US soft red winter wheat from Perdue at $194.84/tonne; and two cargoes each of 27,500 tonnes of Russian wheat from Horus at $203/tonne.
areas growing hard wheat, while the West Lafayette unit focuses mostly on soft red winter wheat. Both labs send out Hessian fly-resistant wheat germplasm to wheat breeders.
A three year study was conducted at Columbia, Novelty, and Portageville to evaluate fall application of stabilized nitrogen for soft red winter wheat production in Missouri.
Soft red winter wheat is higher in starch and lower in protein, and is most often used for pastry products and non-yeast breads.
CBOT May soft red winter wheat settled down 1-1/2 cents at $4.58 per bushel.