Throughout the spring, wheat loss during the winter months became increasingly apparent. The industry... Read more.
Over the last few days I have had several reports of true armyworms showing up in wheat. Most of... Read more.
With the wheat being unusually late and small this year, and still pale or yellowish in some cases,... Read more.
Rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere may cut the nutritional quality of some of the world's... Read more.
Overnight temperatures dropped below freezing and into the upper 20’s in parts of Kansas in... Read more.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Research wheat genetic program at Amarillo has mapped the resistance genes... Read more.
Recently, the weed science program at the University of Illinois published recommendations for the management... Read more.
Two weeks after the late hard freezes of April 14-15, reports of wheat damage from around Texas were... Read more.
U.S. wheat and barley producers have incurred billions of dollars in economic losses to Fusarium... Read more.
Yield prospects for winter wheat in drought-hit southwestern Kansas are the poorest in more than a... Read more.
On a volumetric basis, soybean exports have been the bright spot in an otherwise dismal export picture... Read more.
Crop scouts on the first day of an annual three-day tour of Kansas projected an average yield for... Read more.
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