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Fungal Disease Forecaster For Winter Wheat By: 10/21/2014 @ 11:29am

Timely precipitation and good growing conditions helped nurture last summer’s South Dakota winter wheat crop. However, farmers in the Mount Rushmore state were also…

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…

Canada & Australia: Big Wheat Exports, Challenges By: 10/30/2014 @ 3:19pm

Trade across Ambassador Bridge between Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit, Michigan, is equal to all trade between the U.S…

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When Should You Apply Cheatgrass Herbicide in Wheat? By: 10/27/2014 @ 4:40pm

Wheat farmers aren't looking for more ways to spend money, but if cheatgrass is a persistent, or even potential, problem in their wheat fields, then application of a cheatgrass herbicide may give more…

Wheat Stem Sawflies Head Into Winter Wheat States By: 10/23/2014 @ 11:30am

For decades, wheat stem sawflies have plagued spring wheat farmers in Canada, North Dakota, and Montana. In recent years, though, the annual pest has moved south, wreaking havoc in winter wheat fields in…

Borlaug’s Eternal Legacy Against Rust By: 10/18/2014 @ 12:49pm

Nobel Peace Prize winner and World Food Prize founder Norman Borlaug has another legacy that was evident near the end of Food Prize events in Des Moines, Iowa last week.The final panel of four days of Borlaug…

How Late Can I Plant My Wheat? By: 10/16/2014 @ 9:29am

The rains have slowed wheat planting in a lot of areas, but we still have the potential for a good crop!Planting within the first 10 days after the recommended fly-free is normally our goal, but we can plant…

4 Reasons Your Wheat May be Slow to Emerge By: 10/03/2014 @ 4:36pm

If your winter wheat stand is spotty, it's best to figure out why so that you can make plans to re-plant, if necessary. Jim Shroyer, professor-emeritus of agronomy at Kansas State University, says poor…

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