Market leading barley varieties for Australia including feed and malting barley varieties suited to all Australian barley growing regions.
Broadly adapted milling and noodle wheat (WA) varieties for Australia providing profitable varieties for local wheat growing systems.
Cereal Breeding Leaders
As one of the leaders in cereal breeding in Australia, InterGrain offers market leading wheat, barley and oat varieties for growers. Our highly successful wheat, barley and oat breeding programs are designed to target the major cereal growing regions of Australia. It is our vision is to support the competitive advantage and sustainability of the Australian agriculture sector.
Our focus is breeding differentiated cereal varieties tailored to the Asian export market and we are globally recognised for our proven capability in the delivery of quality malting barleys and udon noodle wheats.
InterGrain’s shareholders are the WA State Government (58%) and GRDC (42%). InterGrain employs 65+ staff and has offices in Perth and Horsham. We also have marketing staff based in Northam, Adelaide, Albury and Dalby.
InterGrain varieties are industry leaders, delivering significant agronomic advantages and high-quality end-user benefits. Vixen, RockStar, Chief CL Plus, Sheriff CL Plus and Devil are all exceptionally high yielding wheat varieties. InterGrain udon noodle varieties, Kinsei, Ninja and Zen are the benchmark, worldwide, in the Japanese white salted udon noodle market.
Maximus CL, Spartacus CL and La Trobe are high yielding, export malting barley varieties, with quality characteristics well suited to export brewing industries. Combat and Rosalind are among Australia’s highest yielding feed barley’s offering exceptional yield and yield stability.
InterGrain’s elite team of cereal breeders and executive management are responsible for all aspects of breeding and development of InterGrain’s Australian wheat, barley and oat varieties.
The well-structured InterGrain breeding teams operate highly successful programs, delivering proven varieties which occupy a significant proportion of the Australian cereal growing area planted each year.