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Updated PNW Extension Publication on Feral Rye is Now Available

Posted by Blythe Howell | June 29, 2020

Integrated Management of Feral Rye in Winter Wheat (PNW660) has been updated. Feral rye, also known as volunteer or cereal rye, is a troublesome weed in winter wheat production systems in the low and intermediate rainfall zones of eastern Washington and Oregon. Integrated Management of Feral Rye in Winter Wheat was originally published in 2014. Since then, two new promising technologies have been introduced to the marketplace: 1) the CoAXium wheat production system, and 2) harvest weed seed control. The revised PNW660 includes information on how to incorporate these two new technologies into an integrated weed management program for feral rye. If you are concerned about feral rye, be sure to download and read a copy of the revised PNW Extension publication.

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