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Oklahoma: Wheat Harvest Has Begun

Oklahoma: Wheat Harvest Has Begun

👤From the Oklahoma Wheat Commission 🕔May 17, 2017

Harvest in Oklahoma has begun on the Oklahoma/Texas border with combines rolling along the Red River down around Grandfield and Eldorado. It has been reported that over the past couple days in the Grandfield area they have taken in approximately

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Oklahoma Wheat: Crop Ranges from Full Kernel to Medium Dough, Rust Still Active

Oklahoma Wheat: Crop Ranges from Full Kernel to Medium Dough, Rust Still Active

👤By Bob Hunger, Oklahoma State University 🕔May 15, 2017

This past week and today, I traveled and looked at wheat in central OK near Kingfisher (35 miles northwest of OKC) and near El Reno (20 miles west of OKC) as well in north-central/northwestern OK near Lahoma (15 miles west

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Oklahoma: Panhandle Wheat Tours, May 22, 23

Oklahoma: Panhandle Wheat Tours, May 22, 23

👤By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University 🕔May 12, 2017

Wheat producers attending the Oklahoma State University Panhandle Wheat Tour days will be able to evaluate more than 25 varieties at three local trials and 55 varieties at a semi-irrigated station trial on May 22 and 23. Tours will be

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Oklahoma Wheat: 2 New Varieties Available from OSU

Oklahoma Wheat: 2 New Varieties Available from OSU

👤By Leilana McKindra, Oklahoma State University 🕔May 12, 2017

Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources released two new hard red winter wheat varieties, Spirit Rider and Smith’s Gold. “Spirit Rider and Smith’s Gold fit a strong wheat breeding tradition at OSU for excellence that extends

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Oklahoma Wheat: Minimizing Grain Bin Insect Problems Prior to Harvest

Oklahoma Wheat: Minimizing Grain Bin Insect Problems Prior to Harvest

👤By Edmond Bonjour, Oklahoma State University 🕔May 10, 2017

Wheat harvest will be upon us soon. It is critical that the best storage facility conditions be provided for newly harvested grain. Wheat quality does not improve with storage so we have to do all we can to protect and

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Oklahoma Wheat: Timely Fungicide Applications Make a Difference

Oklahoma Wheat: Timely Fungicide Applications Make a Difference

👤By Bob Hunger, Oklahoma State University 🕔May 8, 2017

Nearly all of the wheat I saw this past week was along a line for about 100 miles west of Stillwater. Wheat around Stillwater is at the milk to soft dough stage. Wheat west of Stillwater ranged from full kernel to full

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Oklahoma: Wheat Field Day, Lahoma, May 12

Oklahoma: Wheat Field Day, Lahoma, May 12

👤By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University 🕔May 5, 2017

A wide range of information about crop varieties, markets and best management practices will be featured at the Oklahoma State University Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources’ Wheat Field Day near Lahoma on May 12. The May 12 event

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Oklahoma Wheat: Leaf Rust Still Active as Crop Moves into Soft Dough

Oklahoma Wheat: Leaf Rust Still Active as Crop Moves into Soft Dough

👤By Bob Hunger, Oklahoma State University 🕔May 2, 2017

The last three days of last week were spent in southwestern (Altus), central OK (Apache & Chickasha) as well as here around Stillwater. Wheat I saw at those locations ranged mostly from milk to soft dough, with some even approaching medium

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Oklahoma Pecans: 4 Steps for Generating a Pecan Nut Casebearer Forecast

Oklahoma Pecans: 4 Steps for Generating a Pecan Nut Casebearer Forecast

👤By Phil Mulder, Oklahoma State University 🕔Apr 27, 2017

I anticipate some early activity with pecan nut casebearer (PNC) for 2017. If you have not ordered your PNC pheromone traps it is time to do so. As a general rule for southern and central Oklahoma, traps should be in

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Oklahoma Wheat: Rust Is Present but Not Plentiful

Oklahoma Wheat: Rust Is Present but Not Plentiful

👤By Bob Hunger, Oklahoma State University 🕔Apr 24, 2017

Wheat around Stillwater varies but appears to be in various stages of grain formation. Based on talking to a number of producers across northern Oklahoma, wheat heads have fully emerged but have not yet flowered or just beginning to flower. Of

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