Disease Management News
03/08/2012 7:15:00 AM
For the past decade, Washington State University plant pathologist Dean Glawe has been painstakingly compiling... Read more.
03/06/2012 7:20:00 AM
A vigorous strain of the stripe rust fungus with variants that can dodge the natural resistance in... Read more.
02/17/2012 7:10:00 AM
Wheat streak mosaic resistance bred into several wheat varieties might be negated by the producer... Read more.
02/13/2012 7:00:00 AM
Indiana's winter wheat crop is healthy and right on track despite wet weather at planting time last... Read more.
02/08/2012 7:30:00 AM
When wheat diseases appear in your fields, correctly identifying the type of disease can help you... Read more.
02/06/2012 7:20:00 AM
University of Idaho wheat breeder Jianli Chen began work in 2007 for the College of Agricultural and... Read more.
01/10/2012 7:25:00 AM
Scientists searching for ways to combat the spread of Ug99, a deadly stem rust disease that infects... Read more.
01/04/2012 7:00:00 AM
Rhizoctonia oryzae and Rhizoctonia solani AG-2-1 have been identified as the most common groups of... Read more.
12/07/2011 7:30:00 AM
For decades, Kansas State University’s Plant Pathology department has partnered with the Kansas Wheat Commission... Read more.
11/28/2011 7:35:00 AM
New and more virulent crop diseases are predicted to emerge as a result of climate change. Scientists... Read more.
11/17/2011 11:45:00 AM
To supply cereal growers with effective solutions for disease protection, Syngenta introduces Quilt Xcel fungicide... Read more.
10/31/2011 7:00:00 AM
If wheat does not emerge, the problem is usually due to dry soils, a hard crust on the soil surface,... Read more.
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