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Prioritize nitrogen tissue testing in wheat

Properly timed spring nitrogen applications are essential to the growth and development of wheat. Assessing nitrogen needs now will optimize yield later and is especially important for organic grain growers.


Barley yellow dwarf, oats and wheat

Small grains have looked rough this year for several reasons. Oats have suffered as they are more susceptible to cold and we’ve had another cold winter. Also, we’ve had leaching rains that removed nutrients.


Arkansas wheat stripe rust confirmed in three counties

Stripe rust, the most important disease for wheat growers in Arkansas, has been found in fields in Jefferson, Lincoln and Lee counties. Terry Spurlock, an Extension plant pathologist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture based in Monticello, said the disease is appearing early in the season, similar to circumstances during the 2012 and 2013 growing seasons.


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