Ohio Wheat: Growth Stages, Associated Management- Feekes 6.0-9.0 Apr 14, 2020

    🕔Apr 14, 2020
    It’s important to correctly identify winter wheat growth stages to enhance management decisions, avoiding damage to the crop and unwarranted or ineffective applications. Remember, exact growth stage cannot be determined […]

    Kentucky Wheat: Spraying for Aphids? Don’t Just Rely on the Calendar. Feb 6, 2019

    🕔Feb 6, 2019
    Insecticide spray programs for aphid management should follow integrated pest management practices instead of calendar-based programs. In Kentucky, the rest of the USA, and many other parts of the world, […]

    Minnesota: Will Wheat Catch Up to the Calendar? May 25, 2018

    🕔May 25, 2018
    A few weeks ago, I was asked whether the wheat crop would catch up in its growth and development now that planting was delayed compared the last few years. To […]

    Kentucky Wheat: Nitrogen Won’t ‘Fix’ Yellowing Crops Apr 16, 2018

    🕔Apr 16, 2018
    There has been almost 19” of precipitation since Jan 1 this year. That is almost 6” more than the 30-year average. This is not only problematic for corn planting, but […]

    Ohio: Wheat Growth Stages – What to Do and When Apr 10, 2018

    🕔Apr 10, 2018
    With below average temperatures and snow, wheat growth and development is slower this year compared to the previous two years. Last year, wheat in Pickaway County reached Feekes 6.0 growth […]

    Oklahoma Wheat: Germination and Emergence in Hot Soils Sep 15, 2017

    🕔Sep 15, 2017
    Soil temperatures in Oklahoma can be hot when planting in late August to early September for for forage-only or dual-purpose wheat (Figure 1). Seed that was planted into soils with […]


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