Disease Management News
University of Idaho wheat breeder Jianli Chen began work in 2007 for the College of Agricultural and... Read more.
Scientists searching for ways to combat the spread of Ug99, a deadly stem rust disease that infects... Read more.
Rhizoctonia oryzae and Rhizoctonia solani AG-2-1 have been identified as the most common groups of... Read more.
For decades, Kansas State University’s Plant Pathology department has partnered with the Kansas Wheat Commission... Read more.
New and more virulent crop diseases are predicted to emerge as a result of climate change. Scientists... Read more.
To supply cereal growers with effective solutions for disease protection, Syngenta introduces Quilt Xcel fungicide... Read more.
If wheat does not emerge, the problem is usually due to dry soils, a hard crust on the soil surface,... Read more.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists have identified a number of stem rust-resistant wheat varieties... Read more.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists have characterized the molecular mechanism behind some plants' ability... Read more.
In Kansas, estimated annual losses from wheat diseases averaged 16 percent from 1976 through 1988;... Read more.
Current durum wheat cultivars have no resistance to Fusarium head blight, but USDA researchers are... Read more.
UC Davis Department of Plant Sciences researchers are the leading authors of an article published... Read more.
- Unmanned aerial vehicles advance agriculture
- Divergent livestock futures highlighted Wednesday's market action
- Update on corn and soybean acreage
- China's cotton growing area, yield expected to decline in 2014
- Farm auction in McLean County, Ill., drew 40 bidders
- Pesticide Safety Education program reaches a 50-year milestone
- Activists fighting Golden Rice even more in 2014
- U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year
- Source shows half of GMO research is independent
- White House issues veto threat on bill to block WOTUS rule
- Stoller soybean research produces 214 bushels per acre
- USDA invites public comments on climate report