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Feet on the ground

May 2014, Wheatlife by Trista Crossley The proof is often said to be in the pudding, but for wheat farmers, it’s what’s growing out of…

After Egypt

April 2014, Wheatlife by Scott Yates A dozen years ago when Russia and other “Black Sea” countries began selling large quantities of wheat into the…

WSU Extension enters small grains future

March 2014, Wheatlife by Scott Yates Eastern Washington wheat farmers who stood at railway sidings 100 years ago listening to Washington State University (WSU) educators…

Flying under the radar

February 2014, Wheatlife by Scott Yates Beginning in 2009 with the publication of the “G-Free Diet” by Elisabeth Hasselbeck and continuing with the 2011 release…

Washington Wheat Production

Wheat & Barley Production in Washington For decades Washington has been known throughout the world as the home of high quality soft white and club…

Weed Identification Services

The WSU Small Grains team provides a weed identification service where your specimens from your small grains field may be identified by a professional weed…

Mayweed Chamomile

Also Known As Dog Fennel, Stinkweed Description Mayweed Chamomile, Anthemis cotula L., is native to the Mediterranean region, but has been widely introduced as a…

Herbicide-resistant weeds coming to a field near you?

January 2014, Wheatlife by Drew Lyon and Ian Burke Glyphosate-resistant weeds are making headlines in the Midsouth and Midwest where the use of Roundup Ready®…

Getting up from falling numbers

December 2013, Wheatlife by Trista Crossley In some years, wheat farmers have to worry about disease destroying their crops. In other years, it can be…

One gene good; two gene better

December 2013, Wheatlife by Scott A. Yates WSU's next generation Clearfield varieties play catch up with two-gene releases Will the release of two, two-gene, herbicide…
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