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Seeker insecticide newly registered for 2014 use


Dow AgroSciences announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved federal registration for Seeker insecticide with Isoclast active.

Wheat stem sawfly devastations lead to another conference


Continuing to search for solutions to the wheat stem sawflies, experts from three countries and four states will share their findings at the Sixth International Wheat Stem Sawfly Conference to be held April 3 and 4 at the Procrastinator Theatre in MSU's Strand Union building.

Researchers developing wheat resistant to mites, diseases


Researchers at Kansas State University are building a defense against pests and diseases that attack wheat by identifying plants that carry natural resistance to those pests and diseases with an eye toward developing varieties for Kansas that carry those resistance traits.

Four reasons not to mix an insecticide with nitrogen (02/19/14)

Late winter pyrethroid applications in wheat for aphid control (02/18/14)

Trapping insects by color: Will it work in Montana? (01/03/14)

Narrowing the search for greenbug resistance in wheat (12/02/13)

Winter grain mites in wheat (11/25/13)

Syngenta offers new online wheat resource (11/19/13)

Looking for new genes for resistance to wheat stem sawflies (10/16/13)

Market Commentary

Afternoon Comments 04/23

Japanese buying may have sparked Wednesday’s wheat bounce. The Black Sea situation remains tense, which probably provided general support for wheat futures at midweek. Persistent dryness in the southern Plains may also have spurred some buying today. In addition, bulls were probably encouraged by a big wheat sale to Japan and strength spilling over from the corn market. May CBOT wheat futures advanced 3.5 cents to $6.765/bushel at Wednesday’s settlement, while May KCBT wheat futures gained 4.5 cents to $7.4575, and May MWE futures ran up 4.0 to $7.2425.
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