West Central Texas Wheat: Slight Chance of Vernalization Issues Feb 28, 2020

    🕔Feb 28, 2020
    Substantial wheat acreage in West Central Texas was planted later than normal, largely due to very dry fall conditions. Much of the region received less than 1 inch of rain […]

    Oklahoma Wheat: What Can You Expect from Crops Just Now Emerging? Mar 8, 2018

    🕔Mar 8, 2018
    Dusted-in wheat and spotty stands this past fall was a more common occurrence than we want to see in Oklahoma. Going into winter though, I thought we would get precipitation […]

    Flint on Crops: Mild Spring Changes Everything – Commentary Apr 10, 2017

    🕔Apr 10, 2017
    This mild spring has changed most of the things we do in preparation for the crop, but this is not the first time this has happened. I can recall the […]

    Louisiana Wheat: Vernilization Issues, Early Diseases, and Hessian Fly Apr 6, 2017

    🕔Apr 6, 2017
    I spent the day taking notes in wheat preliminary yield trials and observation plots. We have had a very mild winter and there are many entries that failed to vernalize […]

    Texas Wheat: Multiple Issues Perplexing Central, Southern Growers Apr 6, 2017

    🕔Apr 6, 2017
    2017 has been another interesting year once again for wheat growers in the Texas Blacklands and South Texas. Chances are you or someone you know who grows wheat has asked […]

    Wheat: Single Gene Key to Flowering and Climate Adaptation Sep 4, 2015

    🕔Sep 4, 2015
    In the game of wheat genetics, Jorge Dubcovsky’s laboratory at UC Davis has hit a grand slam, unveiling for the fourth time in a dozen years a gene that governs […]


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