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Freeze Could Hit Hard Red Winter Wheat Fields By: 04/16/2014 @ 9:35am

The condition of the hard red winter wheat crop in the states of Oklahoma and Kansas is precarious after temperatures dropped below freezing April 14-15. July Hard Red…

In the Land of Winter Wheat, Durum Could Fit By: 06/05/2014 @ 5:10pm

Kansas routinely places first in the total number of winter wheat bushels grown by farmers. And while Kansas State…

E. Indiana and Ohio Good News - More Wheat Heads Produced Mean Higher Than Average Yield By: 08/05/2014 @ 3:31pm

Most growers in our area have harvested wheat this year and many were surprised by how good the yields were. With the…

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Winter Wheat Growers Learn of Two New Varieties for 2015 By: 07/31/2014 @ 2:56pm

Winter wheat producers in the central U.S. learned of two new wheat varieties on July 31. Syngenta announced the launch of SY Clearstone CL2 for Montana and western North Dakota; meanwhile, Kansas State…

Winter Wheat: Act Fast to Secure Seed By: 06/24/2014 @ 9:15pm

Before the 2014 wheat harvest has finished for farmers in Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Kansas, the 2015 crop is already off to a rough start.Supplies of certified seed in these states are limited, thanks to…

Top Forage Winter Wheat By: 04/07/2014 @ 1:55pm

Willow Creek forage winter wheat, an awnless variety developed at Montana State University, offers benefits to Northern livestock growers.Like other fall-seeded winter cereal crops, the forage winter wheat…

Topdress Wheat by Feekes Growth Stage 5 By: 04/01/2014 @ 12:42pm

Winter wheat in the Central Plains has been slower than usual to break dormancy, thanks to colder than normal temperatures this winter. Now that the crop is beginning to green up and grow, farmers are…

Good stewardship = Great premiums? By: 03/07/2014 @ 3:07pm

Melvin Hall makes the final adjustments on the 54-foot single-pass no-till air drill he’s using to directly seed hard red winter wheat into spring wheat stubble.  By spring, he will make a herbicide…

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