Disease Management News
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.
Unpredictable weather and machinery breakdowns are just a few of the many noticeable challenges growers... Read more.
Barely yellow dwarf had been reported in multiple regions of Kansas this spring. Reick DeWolf, Kansas... Read more.
University of Kentucky College of Agriculture specialists are encouraging Kentucky wheat producers and crop consultants... Read more.
Stripe rust and leaf rust have been confirmed by crop consultants at low levels in several wheat fields... Read more.
As the wheat production season reaches critical stages throughout the country, the U.S. Wheat and... Read more.
Reports of low levels of stripe and leaf rust in Kansas are being reported. Reports to date have come... Read more.
Syngenta and the Cereals Disease Laboratory are reporting rust and powdery mildew development on winter... Read more.
Stripe rust can be a yield-robbing disease of susceptible wheat when the weather is suitable for infection.... Read more.
For the past decade, Washington State University plant pathologist Dean Glawe has been painstakingly compiling... Read more.
A vigorous strain of the stripe rust fungus with variants that can dodge the natural resistance in... Read more.
- Ag futures ended the week in decidedly mixed fashion
- Pinnacle Agriculture, Tecomate Wildlife form alliance
- Ag markets remained quite mixed at noon Friday
- California pays the price for Corn Belt’s cold snap
- Seed treatments strongly recommended for 2014 wheat crop
- Oregon GMO labeling measure certified for November ballot