Australia produces high quality white wheat delivered into classes with distinct quality attributes and performance for both processing and end-use product applications.

Classification of a new wheat variety using industry agreed methodology provides confidence to the domestic and international markets that Australian wheat varieties have been appropriately evaluated and classified for purpose.

The Grains Australia Wheat Council is responsible for the Wheat Variety Classification Framework and the evaluation of wheat applications is carried out by the Wheat Variety Classification Panel (WVCP), an independent sub-committee of the Grains Australia Wheat Council.

A Wheat Laboratory Proficiency Program is in place to ensure robust data is submitted for evaluation, and therefore maintains the ultimate quality of new varieties being classified in Australia.

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