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Is Your Seed Dead or Alive – A Seed Viability Test

Whether you are planting a winter or upcoming spring crop, re-seeding or enhancing a stand of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) or State Acres for Wildlife…

Preparing for Spring Scouting

Spring is hopefully around the corner and with spring comes the first opportunity to scout for a few diseases on winter wheat that only show…

Talking Wheat Breeding with Arron Carter

In this weeks episode, Drew Lyon interviews WSU winter wheat breeder Arron Carter. They discuss the goals of the breeding programs, the importance of connections…

Roots, Roots, Roots with Karen Sanguinet

On this weeks episode of the Wheat Beat podcast, Drew Lyon interviews Karen Sanguinet about her work with roots.

Synthetic Wheat with Ph.D. Student Nikayla Strauss

This weeks episode of the WSU Wheat Beat podcast features Ph.D. student Nickayla Strauss and her work with synthetic wheat.

New Extension Publication on Managing Mustards in Wheat is Now Available

Mustard species are commonly found infesting winter wheat fields in eastern Washington. A new PNW Extension publication, PNW703: Integrated Management of Mustard Species in Wheat…

Mild Winter Weather and Wheat Diseases – What to Expect?

Last year at this time, we were wondering whether winter was ever going to end. Remember the 60+ days of snow cover that began in…

Diseases Chat with Tim Murray

On this weeks episode of the WSU Wheat Beat podcast, Drew Lyon interviews one of our very own, Tim Murray, about diseases.

Cropping Systems with Scot Hulbert

On this episode of the WSU Wheat Beat podcast, Drew Lyon interviews Scot Hulbert about cropping systems.

2017 Fungicide and Variety Yield Loss Tests & 2018 First Stripe Rust Forecast

January 3, 2018 Xianming Chen A. Yield Losses Caused by Stripe Rust & Increases by Fungicide Application on Wheat Varieties Tested in 2017 Stripe rust…
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