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Wheat streak mosaic: Early control of volunteer wheat is important

Wheat streak mosaic virus can be a severe problem for Kansas wheat producers. Large outbreaks can usually be traced back to a lack of control of volunteer wheat. Learn more about the importance of managing volunteer in this article from K-State Extension.

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Wheat streak mosaic virus: It is critical to stay on top of volunteer wheat this year

One of the best preventative measures for wheat streak mosaic virus it the timely control of volunteer wheat. Volunteer wheat should be terminated at least 2 weeks prior to wheat planting. Don't underestimate the importance of this management practice.

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Kansas Wheat Rx Schools to be held in Wichita and Hays in early February

Wheat Rx seminars are scheduled for February 8 in Wichita and on February 9 in Hays. These two Wheat Rx schools feature speakers that will discuss the most up-to-date wheat research information on how to manage your wheat crop not only for yield but also for quality and sustainability.

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Wheat streak mosaic virus: Problematic in central Kansas for the second year in a row

For the second year in a row, wheat streak mosaic virus was problematic in wheat in the central corridor of Kansas. One of the best preventative measures for wheat streak is the control of volunteer wheat early and often after harvest. Volunteer wheat should be terminated at least two weeks prior to planting.

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