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Ohio Wheat: Managing Septoria Leaf Blotch, Powdery Mildew

Ohio Wheat: Managing Septoria Leaf Blotch, Powdery Mildew

👤By Pierce Paul, Ohio State University 🕔Apr 18, 2017

It has been cool, wet, and very humid so far this spring – perfect conditions for early season diseases like Septoria tritici blotch and powdery mildew to develop. Both of these diseases usually become established in the fall, thus getting

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Nebraska Wheat: Stripe Rust and Aphids Confirmed

Nebraska Wheat: Stripe Rust and Aphids Confirmed

👤By Stephen Wegulo, Robert Harveson, Robert Wright, and Jennifer Rees, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 🕔Apr 20, 2016

In surveys of wheat fields on April 8 and April 12-14, stripe rust and leaf rust were found at trace to low levels in south central and southeast Nebraska. Samples from several wheat fields in Banner County in the Nebraska

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Louisiana Corn and Wheat: Rains Add Disease Concerns to Other Problems

Louisiana Corn and Wheat: Rains Add Disease Concerns to Other Problems

👤By Trey Price and Boyd Padgett, LSU AgCenter 🕔Apr 19, 2016

Fusarium head blight has been of utmost concern to the few wheat producers we have this year, along with other foliar diseases. Damping off has been a problem in corn, and foliar diseases are expected to be a major problem

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Ohio Wheat: Mild Winter Means Early Disease Development

Ohio Wheat: Mild Winter Means Early Disease Development

👤By Pierce Paul and Brian Hodge, Ohio State University 🕔Apr 5, 2016

When the winter is as mild as it was this past year, pathogens that would have otherwise been killed or at least suppressed by the cold temperatures end up surviving and getting an early start to infect our crops. With

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Illinois Wheat: Diseases Starting to Pop Up

Illinois Wheat: Diseases Starting to Pop Up

👤By Carl Bradley, University of Illinois 🕔Apr 29, 2015

As the weather begins to warm up, wheat is beginning to grow at a faster pace.  Symptoms of some diseases also are beginning to appear or will likely be appearing soon. Below are some diseases to look for right now.

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