Disease Management News
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.
Fusarium head blight (aka scab) is one of the greatest threats to Illinois wheat producers. In addition... Read more.
Fusarium head blight or scab was widespread, and in some fields severe, this season. The fungus, which... Read more.
Some winter wheat plots in North Dakota have been so severely infected with wheat streak mosaic virus,... Read more.
There have been multiple reports of ergot in wheat last week coming from north central Kansas. To... Read more.
Wheat heads affected by loose smut, caused by the fungus Ustilago tritici, have been seen sporadically... Read more.
There have been many reports this year of glume blotch on wheat, from southeast Kansas through north... Read more.
One of the world's most destructive wheat pathogens is genetically built to evade detection before... Read more.
One of the most common wheat disease problems in Kansas this year was barley yellow dwarf. Some questions... Read more.