Results of Not Controlling Volunteer Wheat in Wheat Stubble – Soil Water Loss and Disease Jun 20, 2022

    🕔Jun 20, 2022
    Soil Water Loss — On average, there is three inches of soil water loss for weeds, including volunteer wheat not controlled in the wheat stubble. This could translate into about […]

    Wheat: Weed Control in Stubble Will Be Difficult This Year Jun 20, 2022

    🕔Jun 20, 2022
    Weed emergence and growth in post-harvest wheat will be accelerated this year because of the shorter and thinner wheat. See Figure 1 on this year’s shorter and thinner wheat, and […]

    Winter Wheat: Control Volunteer Wheat to Protect Next Year’s Crop Jul 20, 2021

    🕔Jul 20, 2021
    Did you know you can lose two wheat crops from one hailstorm? It could be yours or your neighbor’s.

    Nebraska: Volunteer Wheat Control is Critical for Next Year’s Yields Jul 1, 2020

    🕔Jul 1, 2020
    Did you know you can lose two wheat crops from one hail storm? It could be yours or your neighbor’s. The first loss is the current wheat crop being hailed. […]

    Kansas Wheat: Maximize Next Year’s Yields, Control Volunteer Wheat Now Aug 22, 2019

    🕔Aug 22, 2019
    Hidden in the stubble of 2019’s wheat harvest, wheat curl mites are moving to find sprouting volunteer wheat seedlings to inhabit and continue the life cycle of wheat streak mosaic […]

    Nebraska Winter Wheat: Post-Harvest Weed Control Jul 16, 2018

    🕔Jul 16, 2018
    With winter wheat stands in some areas being less competitive with weeds this year, fields not treated with herbicides during the growing season now have substantial weeds that will need […]

    Kansas: Wheat Streak Mosaic Caused $76 Mln in Damage in 2017; Start Control for 2018 Now Aug 17, 2017

    🕔Aug 17, 2017
    Kansas State University officials are joining in on a group effort to help Kansas farmers stop the spread of a destructive wheat disease that took a strong foothold in the […]

    Oklahoma: Wheat Streak Mosaic – Get Out and Control Volunteer Wheat Aug 11, 2017

    🕔Aug 11, 2017
    Wheat streak mosaic (WSM) was a significant disease issue for a number of producers in Oklahoma this past year (Figure 1). This disease, caused by wheat streak mosaic virus, is […]

    Kansas: Don’t Forget to Control Your Volunteer Wheat! Aug 9, 2017

    🕔Aug 9, 2017
    Producers are gearing up to plant their 2018 wheat crop around north central Kansas! Producers really don’t like the mention of volunteer wheat, but you can always count on it […]

    South Dakota Wheat: Managing Residue to Prevent a Green Bridge Aug 4, 2017

    🕔Aug 4, 2017
    Many wheat fields in South Dakota were cut for hay this year due to drought conditions and the need for hay. In some fields where moisture was adequate or rainfall […]


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