In a wet spring, wheat plants may become yellow. This is usually due to a nitrogen deficiency. Usually... Read more.
Colonies of bird cherry-oat aphid were spotted in winter wheat at Draper in South Dakota last week.... Read more.
Recent rains in parts of Kansas have caused weeds to begin growing rapidly, and in some cases overtaking... Read more.
Montana State University researchers have produced two new varieties of the grain triticale, a... Read more.
Sixteen organizations in the Australia, Canada and the United States representing producers and millers together... Read more.
When there’s a lack of rainfall, there’s limited moisture available for development of a strong... Read more.
Fusarium head scab continues to be Michigan’s most challenging wheat disease. Michigan State University... Read more.
Feeding 9 billion people by 2050 will require scientific and technological advances in the area of... Read more.
Much of the winter wheat in central South Dakota has finished the tillering phase of growth and begun... Read more.
For wheat flowering May 27, the risk of scab is low, according to the prediction tool. Several fields... Read more.
In many areas of Kansas, prolonged drought has resulted in short wheat and thin stands. Harvesting... Read more.
Wheat head armyworms are becoming more common, and thus more conspicuous, throughout north central and... Read more.
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