- Brad Irsik, Irsik G&B Farms, Ingalls, Kan.
- Ross Robertson, Robertson Crop Service, Garden City, Kan.
- Bill Myers, Josephs Grainery, Colfax, Wash.
- Keith Stein, WC Farms, Caledonia, N.Y.
- Toby Goodroad, CHS Inc., Kalispell, Mont.
- Ron Schilling, Edson, Kan.
- Bill John, Norder Supply Inc., Scott City, Kan.
- Tom Ridder, Leoti, Kan.
- Darrell Cloyd, Cloyd Farms, Kanorado, Kan.
- Ron Kershner, Scott Coop, Scott City, Kan.
"We had a section south of Edson where we had 110 acres, and I sprayed that with Quilt® fungicide. On the north side of this section, I had 140 acres that I didn't spray with Quilt. The field that was sprayed with Quilt averaged right at 67 bushel. The wheat that I did not spray with Quilt did right at 45. So I saw a drastic improvement with Quilt, and I am smart enough to know that next year we will use Quilt on everything.
In the Quilt-treated wheat, the flag leaf stayed so much healthier, and that's what brought us our extra yield. In the wheat that we sprayed, the flag leaf continued to stay healthy and had some greenness left on it. The wheat that we didn't spray, that flag leaf showed some problems right before harvest.""