SaskWheat is warning farmers about changes in wheat classes on August first.
The chair of the Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission, Laura Reiter, says 29 wheat varieties will be reclassified into the Canada Northern Hard Red class.
She says 25 varieties in CWRS and 4 varieties in CPSR will be reclassified into the CNHR class.
She expects these varieties to sell at a discount so farmers need to check with their grain buyers about their stored grain.
The most popular varieties going into the new Canada Northern class include Harvest, Lillian and Unity.
These changes were announced 3 years ago by the Grain Commission to ensure the quality of the wheat grading system.