Welcome to the New T3/Oat
T3 is a repository for public wheat data generated by the Wheat Coordinated Agricultural Project (Wheat CAP). Funding is provided by the National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The current project is funded through NIFA's International Wheat Yield Partnership (IWYP) and part of the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI).Leave Feedback
The New T3 is the next evolution of The Triticeae Toolbox (T3). We are in the process of transitioning all of T3's data and tools to this new system. We encourage you to leave feedback about feature improvements, missing tools, and/or any ideas you may have to improve the site.
Scab Forum Presentation
Dec 9, 2019
The presentation (with step-by-step screenshots of the demos) of T3/Breedbase given at the 2019 Wheat & Barley Scab Forum can be found here.
Dec 16, 2019
Accession entries have been created for all ~24,000 accessions that were in T3/Classic. Accessions have associated breeding programs, synonyms and GRIN ID numbers.
Explore T3Open Search Wizard
Use the Search Wizard to explore the database using various types of metadata.
Alternatively, you can search specifically for Accessions, Trials, Traits, Genoptyping Projects, or Markers
Contributing data to T3?Upload Instructions
Phenotype Upload Instructions: Instructions and general steps for adding phenotype trial data to T3.Manage Phenotypic Data
Manage your Phenotypic Data to create spreadsheets for new uploads, add new data, and/or manage your existing uploads.Upload Files
Or Upload Files for various other types of data.
User GuidesRead Documentation
New to T3?
View the Documentation to learn about available features.
Blake, V., Birkett, C.L., Matthews, D.E., Hane, D., Bradbury, P., Jannink, J. 2015. The Triticeae Toolbox: Combining Phenotype and Genotype Data to Advance Small-Grains Breeding. The Plant Genome. doi: 10.3835/PlantGenome2014.12.0099.
T3 Data Usage Policy
In 2009 the Toronto International Data Release Workshop agreed on a policy statement about prepublication data sharing. Accordingly, the data producers are making many of the datasets in T3 available prior to publication of a global analysis. Guidelines for appropriate sharing of these data are given in the excerpt from the Toronto Statement.
More information is available on the data usage policy page.
I agree to the Data Usage Policy as specified in Toronto Statement.