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Explanation of Changes WAC

WAC 16-230 Desiccants and Defoliants WAC 16-230-160  Desiccants and defoliants—Ground equipment—Nozzle and pressure requirements for the entire area under order. Nozzle orifice 0.52 and pressure…

Dark Northern Spring

‘DNS’ is a common term when referring to the production of hard red spring wheat. Around the coffee shop you may hear your neighbor say,…

Continued FAQ: WSU Wheat and Barley Research and Royalties

What are wheat and barley royalties? Royalties are payments made on each pound of seed sold from proprietary wheat varieties developed by corporations and universities…

Resources for Understanding Low Falling Numbers

2016 Washington Wheat Industry Resources for Understanding the Low Falling Number Issue The following resources were assembled to help growers and wheat industry members understand…

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Wheat Academy Resources

Biology and Management of Wireworms in Cereals David Crowder, WSU Entomologist, and Aaron Esser, WSU Extension Agronomist   Herbicide Injury and Symptomology Ian Burke, WSU Weed…

Marketing Publications

Contribution Of Grain Production Washington Economy The following slide shows have been developed to aid in the understanding of basic market dynamics. Introduction to Understanding…

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…
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