Disease Management News
Powdery Mildew: The winter wheat variety ‘Decade’ is supporting considerable powdery mildew in the lower... Read more.
Currently, very cool temperatures will slow disease development, but as the week warms up, individuals... Read more.
Stripe rust was found on winter wheat in several South Dakota locations the week of May 21. The... Read more.
Above-normal temperatures during the winter and spring of 2011-2012 influenced the development of wheat diseases... Read more.
Winter wheat is rapidly developing in North Dakota and some may be entering heading stage. Many winter... Read more.
Most of the wheat in the state is now at the early grain fill stage of development. The last three... Read more.
A May 17 visit to a breeder nursery at the UNL Agronomy Farm in Lincoln, Lancaster County, found that... Read more.
Syngenta agronomists are concerned that this year’s earlier planting could lead to a greater chance... Read more.
There have been a number of reports of wheat fields in which flag leaves are becoming brown and developing... Read more.
A new strain of stripe rust showed up in Texas wheat in 2010 and defeated the resistance in several... Read more.
Stripe rust (Figure 2) continues to develop in wheat fields, particularly in southern and eastern... Read more.
The spray window for producers to decide if they are going to use a fungicide to prevent disease development... Read more.
- Ag markets posted mixed closes Tuesday afternoon
- $4.7M grant to study fruit genetics, development
- Monitoring corn and soybean consumption
- Seed coating materials market worth $1,426.78 million by 2019
- Major geopolitical trends to impact global agribusiness revealed
- Yara and CF Industries in financial talks
- Despite USDA approval, Enlist trait faces hurdles
- Activist investor Peltz pushes DuPont to split itself
- USDA approves Dow’s Enlist corn, soybean traits
- Mapping technology help farmers understand soil
- Improve nutrient balance to boost corn yields
- Study shows differences in understanding sustainable agriculture
- U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year
- Activists fighting Golden Rice even more in 2014
- Source shows half of GMO research is independent
- White House issues veto threat on bill to block WOTUS rule
- East-West Seed signs marketing collaboration with Monsanto
- Stoller soybean research produces 214 bushels per acre