Disease Management News
Last week bacterial streak, also known as black chaff, was observed in winter wheat fields in south... Read more.
FAO is calling for countries in the global ‘wheat belt’ to step up monitoring and prevention... Read more.
Head scab of wheat (a.k.a. Fusarium head blight) is showing up in Illinois wheat fields. Incidence... Read more.
Wheat in eastern Nebraska is in the heading to flowering growth stages. Excessively wet weather in... Read more.
Wheat in Ohio is nearing the critical flowering growth stage, and with rainfall and drastic temperature... Read more.
A new publication designed to help farmers make fungicide-related decisions is now available through Purdue... Read more.
Wheat growth stages vary across Indiana, but many fields are flowering or beginning to flower in areas... Read more.
On May 7, stripe rust (Figures 1 and 2) was confirmed in research plots at the UNL Agricultural Research... Read more.
The wheat in southern Kansas ranged between the flag leaf emergence and boot stages of growth this... Read more.
During the 2012 growing season, SDSU Extension staff researched the effectiveness of fungicide seed treatments,... Read more.
A foliar disease such as leaf rust causes the most damage when it is severe at heading, flowering... Read more.
Kansas State University researcher Barbara Valent and a team of colleagues have been awarded $5.5... Read more.
- Northern corn leaf blight seen across Corn Belt
- EU wheat exporters to benefit from Black Sea turmoil
- Seeds keep vital much longer when stored without oxygen
- Global food safety agreement signed by China and UC Davis
- Weyerhaeuser and DuPont Pioneer sign license agreement
- Corn conditions dip slightly, but…