It's here, and poised to set a new standard for soft white winter wheat performance. Puma (WA8134),... Read more.
A drop in corn prices to a three-year low this autumn has caused U.S. farmers to contemplate boosting... Read more.
There are now several 2-gene Clearfield wheat varieties on the market: AP503 CL2 from Syngenta/AgriPro,... Read more.
Italian ryegrass (Lolium perenne ssp. multiflorum) is a serious weed in wheat production and continues... Read more.
The main winter annual broadleaf weeds in wheat in Kansas are the mustard species, henbit, and marestail.... Read more.
Kansas State University has been chosen to lead a new effort focused on developing wheat varieties that... Read more.
Harvest results in the Pacific Northwest indicate that AgriPro brand winter wheat variety, SY Ovation,... Read more.
For wheat growers, it’s a truism: Plant varieties that are resistant to prevalent diseases. But... Read more.
Metribuzin is an important herbicide for controlling numerous weed species in wheat. It is primary... Read more.
Fall-seeded wheat generally does not require N fertilizer for establishment. Fall-applied N or preplant N... Read more.
Producers who want to treat their fields of continuous wheat with a cheatgrass herbicide have to decide... Read more.
Scientists discovered some 70 years ago that they could fight wheat stem sawfly by growing a new type... Read more.
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