Small Grains: Managing Fusarium Head Blight Mar 23, 2020

    🕔Mar 23, 2020
    Fusarium head blight (FHB) is an economically important disease affecting small grain production worldwide.  The disease is predominantly caused by the fungus Fusarium graminearum in the United States, where infections can decrease […]

    North Dakota: Wheat Still in Fields Raises Concerns Oct 11, 2019

    🕔Oct 11, 2019
    Heavy rainfall or snow has prevented wheat from being harvested in parts of North Dakota this fall, leaving producers wondering what to do with their crops. Vomitoxin is one of […]

    Indiana Wheat: Fusarium Head Blight – Things to Consider When Harvesting Jun 28, 2019

    🕔Jun 28, 2019
    Wheat harvest has begun in Southern Indiana. Fusarium head blight (FHB) or scab is one of the most important diseases of wheat and most challenging to prevent. In addition, FHB […]

    Pennsylvania Corn: Avoiding Mycotoxins in Grain and Silage Aug 10, 2018

    🕔Aug 10, 2018
    In Pennsylvania and the surrounding region, growers often face challenges brought on by persistent moist conditions and other weather factors. One of these challenges include corn ear and stalk rots, […]

    Virginia Wheat: Fusarium Head Blight Risk Mostly Low May 1, 2018

    🕔May 1, 2018
    As wheat starts flowering in the region, it is time to consider whether or not to make a fungicide application for Fusarium head blight (FHB). Currently, risk is low in […]

    North Carolina Wheat: 9 Questions About Dealing With Scabby Crop May 26, 2015

    🕔May 26, 2015
    This year, some North Carolina fields may have high levels of Fusarium head blight (scab).  Scab causes low yields and test weights.  Loads of scabby grain may be docked or […]


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