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04/10/2013 7:00:00 AM
Hot, dry conditions last spring resulted in almost no Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) occurring in Kentucky’s... Read more.
04/03/2013 10:00:00 AM
Bird cherry-oat aphids and greenbugs may begin to show up in April on wheat fields in Kansas. I have... Read more.
03/25/2013 7:00:00 AM
March is an important month for wheat disease development in Kansas. This statement may surprise some... Read more.
03/18/2013 3:58:09 PM
Based on observations from plots at the Rohwer Experiment Station in Desha County, Beretta, Ricochet... Read more.
03/13/2013 7:00:00 AM
The current conversation regarding the “plant health” benefits following fungicide applications is a difficult one... Read more.
01/28/2013 7:15:00 AM
What a pleasure to see the sun shine every day for about a week now! Since Dec. 1, we have had about... Read more.
01/21/2013 7:00:00 AM
Wheat is affected by several diseases that negatively impact yield if not properly managed. The major... Read more.
01/16/2013 7:00:00 AM
Soil-dwelling bacteria that depend on wheat and barley roots for their "room and board" could soon... Read more.
01/10/2013 7:30:00 AM
The devastating wheat disease UG99 has a new foe in Pakistan. Scientists in that country have developed... Read more.
01/09/2013 3:30:00 PM
Throughout history, plant diseases have had devastating impacts on human lifestyle leading to starvation and... Read more.
11/26/2012 11:30:00 AM
An international team led by Norwich Research Park scientists have been awarded a grant to tackle... Read more.
11/19/2012 7:00:00 AM
A microscopic mite and the disease it carries - wheat streak mosaic --are destroying wheat fields... Read more.