Disease Management News
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.
What a pleasure to see the sun shine every day for about a week now! Since Dec. 1, we have had about... Read more.
Wheat is affected by several diseases that negatively impact yield if not properly managed. The major... Read more.
Soil-dwelling bacteria that depend on wheat and barley roots for their "room and board" could soon... Read more.
The devastating wheat disease UG99 has a new foe in Pakistan. Scientists in that country have developed... Read more.
Throughout history, plant diseases have had devastating impacts on human lifestyle leading to starvation and... Read more.
An international team led by Norwich Research Park scientists have been awarded a grant to tackle... Read more.
A microscopic mite and the disease it carries - wheat streak mosaic --are destroying wheat fields... Read more.
- Plant health improvement agents help growers do more with less
- Ag markets suffered a general divergence Wednesday
- Scientists throw light on the mechanism of plants’ ticking clock
- Stress-tolerant tomato relative sequenced
- Ag markets diverged Wednesday morning
- Farmer community forum focused on farmer data