Anza—a new high-yielding, shortstatured wheat variety
California Agriculture 27(2):14-15.
Published February 01, 1973
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Anza, a spring wheat variety released by the University of California in 1971, offers growers a new choice for a variety in the medium-to-late maturity range. Named in honor of Don Juan Baptiste de Anza, who led settlers from Sonora, Mexico to California in about 1775, the variety has followed a similar route.