Disease Management News
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.
Hot, dry conditions last spring resulted in almost no Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) occurring in Kentucky’s... Read more.
Bird cherry-oat aphids and greenbugs may begin to show up in April on wheat fields in Kansas. I have... Read more.
March is an important month for wheat disease development in Kansas. This statement may surprise some... Read more.
Based on observations from plots at the Rohwer Experiment Station in Desha County, Beretta, Ricochet... Read more.
The current conversation regarding the “plant health” benefits following fungicide applications is a difficult one... Read more.
- Ag markets posted a mixed showing before the long weekend
- Central American farmers generate energy from coffee wastewater
- Big potential in China for U.S. corn, livestock exports
- Outback Guidance introduces next generation auto steer systems
- Ag markets proved quite mixed again Friday morning
- Court ruling in Hawaii finds that crop protection is state law