A new National Agricultural Statistics Service report has ranked the popularity of winter wheat varieties in Kansas.
The report labels "Everest" to be the leading wheat variety seeded in Kansas. Developed by Kansas State University, Everest accounts for over 14 percent of the planted acres for 2014.
A wheat variety called TAM 111 is the second most popular variety with 11.6 percent of the acreage. It is the leading variety planted in western Kansas.
In third place was the variety called T 158, with 5 percent of the planted acreage.