Surprise (Pringle’s Surprise) is a cross of Chile Club and Michigan Club made in the late 1870’s by Cyrus Pringle in the Champlain Valley in Vermont. Despite being crossed from club wheat, Surprise is classified as a soft white wheat. Surprise was grown on an estimated 2,755 acres in 1939 in Colorado, Idaho, Utah and Washington.
- Classification of Wheat Varieties Grown in the United States in 1939, USDA Technical Bulletin No. 795, June 1942
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