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Pennsylvania Wheat: Eleventh Hour Reminders for Planting

Pennsylvania Wheat: Eleventh Hour Reminders for Planting

πŸ‘€By John Rowehl, Pennsylvania State University Extension Agronomist 🕔Sep 26, 2017

The optimum period to plant wheat in the northern mountain and Laurel Highlands regions is upon us (Sept 20 – Oct 3). The optimum period for the hill and valley and the western lake plain regions is September 25-Oct 8.

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Ohio Wheat: 5 Considerations for Planting in 15-Inch Rows

Ohio Wheat: 5 Considerations for Planting in 15-Inch Rows

πŸ‘€By Laura Lindsey and Pierce Paul, Ohio State University Extension Specialists; and Ed Lentz and Eric Richer, CCAs 🕔Sep 12, 2017

Growers are interested in wide-row wheat production due to changes in equipment inventory (lack of grain drill and availability of air seeder) and to allow intercropping of soybean into wheat. Wheat row spacing work was conducted during the 2012-2013 and

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Oklahoma Winter Wheat: Planting Date and Seeding Rate Considerations

Oklahoma Winter Wheat: Planting Date and Seeding Rate Considerations

πŸ‘€By David Marburger, Oklahoma State University Extension Small Grains Specialist 🕔Sep 5, 2017

The 2017-2018 wheat growing season is setting up similar to last year with many producers wanting to target more of the forage side of wheat production given the low commodity prices. That, coupled with the available soil moisture from the

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Oklahoma Wheat: Disease, Insect Considerations to Make Before Planting This Fall

Oklahoma Wheat: Disease, Insect Considerations to Make Before Planting This Fall

πŸ‘€By Bob Hunger and Tom Royer, Oklahoma State University Extension Specialists 🕔Aug 18, 2017

Planting date Much of the winter wheat in Oklahoma is sown with the intent of being used as a dual-purpose crop. In such a system, wheat is grazed by cattle from late fall through late winter/early spring and then harvested

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Ohio Corn: Delayed Planting Effects on Yield – A ‘Historical’ Perspective

Ohio Corn: Delayed Planting Effects on Yield – A ‘Historical’ Perspective

πŸ‘€By Peter Thomison and Allen Geyer, Ohio State University 🕔May 23, 2017

According to the USDA/NASS, for the week ending May 21, corn was 73 percent planted, which was 24 percent ahead of last year and the same as the five-year average.Β  However, at this time, it is unknown what percent of

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Indiana Corn: The Planting Date Conundrum

Indiana Corn: The Planting Date Conundrum

πŸ‘€By Bob Nielsen, Purdue University 🕔May 5, 2017

Conventional wisdom says that the prime planting window to maximize corn yields in much of Indiana opens about April 20 and closes about May 10. This “window” typically opens about one week later across the northern tier of Indiana counties

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Virginia Peanuts: Planning for Planting Dates and Seeding Rates

Virginia Peanuts: Planning for Planting Dates and Seeding Rates

πŸ‘€By Maria Balota, Virginia Cooperative Extension 🕔Mar 7, 2017

There may be more peanut and cotton acreage planted in the V-C region this year than in 2016; and growers may wonder what crop to start planting first and which one last. These are legitimate concerns and we may have,

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Louisiana Wheat: Time To Plant? Well That Depends.

Louisiana Wheat: Time To Plant? Well That Depends.

πŸ‘€By Boyd Padgett, Interim Wheat Specialist, LSU AgCenter 🕔Oct 15, 2016

I have received some reports of producers who were anxious to plant wheat this past week. Today (October 14) we are still 14 days ahead of the the front end of our recommended window for south Louisiana and just at

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Nebraska Winter Wheat: Pre-Plant Steps to Manage Diseases

Nebraska Winter Wheat: Pre-Plant Steps to Manage Diseases

πŸ‘€By Bob Harveson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 🕔Aug 9, 2016

Wheat crops in western Nebraska have been severely affected by stripe rust for the last decade. It is not necessarily a new disease, but it has become much more prevalent and more problematic than the other wheat rust disease (leaf

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Indiana Corn: The Planting Date Conundrum – How Does It Affect Yield?

Indiana Corn: The Planting Date Conundrum – How Does It Affect Yield?

πŸ‘€By Bob Nielsen, Purdue University 🕔May 27, 2016

Conventional wisdom says that the prime planting window to maximize corn yields in much of Indiana opens about April 20 and closes about May 10. This “window” typically opens about one week later across the northern tier of Indiana counties

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