• Elite yielding APH quality variety for main season sowing
  • Mid season maturity, similar to Beckom and Scepter
  • Broadly adapted, suits a range of soil types and environments
  • Suitable for wheat-on-wheat rotations, with good yellow leaf spot resistance
  • Good lodging resistance

Breeders comments

Traditionally, main season APH varieties for southern NSW have come with a yield penalty compared to AH or APW varieties.

Boree breaks this mould, achieving yields that are equal or better than the leading main season AH varieties, but with an APH quality classification.

The combination of elite yield and the opportunity to achieve the highest available quality grade sets Boree up as a very lucrative variety to be used by southern NSW wheat growers. This variety comes with a range of beneficial features, including excellent straw strength, very wide adaptation and suitability across a range of pH and soil types, good yellow leaf spot resistance, and a relatively low risk physical grain quality package.

We believe that Boree should be regarded as an excellent main season wheat option for southern NSW growers looking to increase profitability from their wheat rotation.

For full details download the Boree fact sheet

Seed Availability

Commercial quantities of Boree may be available through AGT Affiliates, or your local retailer.

Boree is able to be traded between growers upon the completion of a License Agreement as part of AGT’s Seed Sharing™ initiative.


Boree is protected by Plant Breeders Rights (PBR) and all production (except seed saved for planting) is liable to an End Point Royalty (EPR), which funds future plant breeding.

Boree growers will be subject to a Growers License Agreement that acknowledges that an EPR of $3.6/tonne + GST has to be paid on all production other than seed saved for planting.