Only slight changes as near as I can tell across Oklahoma regarding wheat diseases. Stripe rust appears to be absent, and leaf rust and powdery mildew are slow to get […]
Fusarium head blight or scab of wheat was unusually widespread and severe in Missouri last year. Although it is difficult to predict what will develop this season, the forecast for […]
After more than 12 years of running my own wheat foliar fungicide efficacy trials here in Ohio, and analyzing data collected by my colleagues across the country, I have come […]
Wheat growth stages vary widely across the state, and intermittent rains and warmer temperatures may influence foliar disease development over the next week. Currently, disease levels have been low, but […]
Stripe rust has been found on wheat in southeastern Virginia (Suffolk) and the Eastern Shore (Northampton County). Stripe rust is not observed every year, but it can be more aggressive […]
MSU has released a wheat disease calendar to aid in scouting fields and determining the time of the season when specific diseases may be observed.
For the most part the wheat season has remained quiet, at least as far as diseases are concerned.
As wheat progresses into jointing growth stages, one should be on the lookout for diseases in wheat.
Nitrogen (N) management can dramatically influence wheat grain yield. The current recommendation is to apply 90120 lb/A of N during the growing season. The exact rate depends on soil type, […]
Retaining Volunteer Wheat A unique situation is unfolding for many wheat producers across the state of Texas this fall, particularly for areas of the Blacklands, which started back in the […]