AAC Brandon is an awned, semi-dwarf CWRS variety that when compared to AC® Carberry has +5% grain yield, 0.5 days earlier maturity, 1 cm shorter and similar lodging, tolerance and disease resistance. AAC Brandon is well adapted across western Canada but will be especially attractive to wheat producers in the high yielding areas of the Prairies who desire a short, strong strawed variety with good FHB resistance. AAC Brandon has a grain yield 105% of AC® Carberry, over all sites in 2009 to 2011 Coop Registration trials. It's height is 1 cm shorter than AC® Carberry and lodging resistance similar to AC® Carberry (slightly weaker). AAC Brandon has good leaf and stem rust resistance and good stripe rust resistance, “Good” rating for fusarium head blight resistance.