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06/13/2011 7:00:00 AM
A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-led consortium of scientists has fully sequenced the genome of... Read more.
06/09/2011 7:00:00 AM
There have been several reports in recent years of loose smut in wheat. It is not uncommon to find... Read more.
06/08/2011 7:00:00 AM
Common bunt (stinking smut) occurs somewhere in Kansas almost every year, but may not be detected... Read more.
06/06/2011 7:00:00 AM
With the recent rainfall and wheat flowering occurring or approaching, the National Fusarium Head Blight... Read more.
06/01/2011 7:00:00 AM
Fusarium head blight, commonly called scab, is caused by fungi in the genus Fusarium. It is the single... Read more.
05/26/2011 7:00:00 AM
Last week, Erick DeWolf, Extension Plant Pathology, Kansas State University, surveyed for wheat diseases in... Read more.
05/25/2011 7:30:00 AM
As it continues to rain, Ohio wheat producers, understandably, continue to ask questions about fungicides... Read more.
05/24/2011 7:00:00 AM
Wheat acres rebounded significantly from the record low acres of 2009-2010. Now wheat in the southern... Read more.
05/22/2011 7:05:00 AM
Wheat growth stages vary across Indiana, but many fields are heading and beginning to flower in areas... Read more.
05/21/2011 7:00:00 AM
Except for heavy rains in some areas, spring weather has been decent for the Illinois wheat crop.... Read more.
05/20/2011 1:24:10 PM
K-State crop production specialist Jim Shroyer reports on still more ailments turning up in the Kansas... Read more.
05/16/2011 7:00:00 AM
WASHINGTON—An international team of researchers co-led by a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientist has... Read more.