RESULTS OF SPRING WHEAT VARIETIES GROWN IN COOPERATIVE PLOT AND NURSERY EXPERIMENTS IN THE SPRING WHEAT REGION IN 1988 The year 1988 was the 60th in the history of the uniform regional testing program. Data summarized in this report were obtained from (1) the uniform regional hard red spring nursery, and (2) the uniform regional durum nursery. NEW VARIETIES Hard Red Spring Wheat Prospect - (SD2956) -- Awned, midseason, semidwarf. Moderately resistant to stem rust and leaf rust. Moderately tolerant to loose smut. Medium lodging resistance. High yield and test weight. Medium to low percent protein. Satisfactory milling. Released by South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station in 1988. Variety Protection Pending. 2375 - (2375) -- Awned, early, semidwarf. Resistant to stem and leaf rust. Medium protein percent. Released by Pioneer HiBred in 1988. Seed sale regulated by U.S. Variety Protection Act. Amidon - (ND606) Awnless, midseason, medium height. Resistant to stem and leaf rust. Moderately tolerant of loose smut. Tolerant to sawfly. Medium yield and high test weight. Medium protein percent. Satisfactory milling and baking. Suggested for Western North Dakota. Released by North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station in 1988.