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  • MF3044
    MF3044
    Estimating Wheat Yield

    Three yield components are used: heads per unit area, seeds per head, and seed weight. If the producer can accurately estimate how many tillers will produce a viable head and know the typical seed production per head, the result is yield potential. 4 p.

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  • MF2989
    MF2989
    Identification and Management of Stem Rust on Wheat and Barley

    Publication on stem rust, leaf rust, and stripe rust. These diseases comprise a complex that reduces wheat and barley grain production. Includes color photographs. 8 p.

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  • L930
    L930
    Everest Hard Red Winter Wheat

    Everest is an awned, white-chaffed, semi-dwarf hard winter wheat.

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  • MF2773
    MF2773
    Kansas Wheat Harvest Crop Quality Report, 2010

    The survey delivers Hard Red Winter wheat and Hard White wheat quality information to buyers and processors through tables, charts and state maps.

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  • EP168
    EP168
    Take-All Root Rot

    Take-all root rot causes wheat to die prematurely, resulting in patches of tan wheat in otherwise green fields, most severe in continuous wheat. The fungi that cause the disease survives on crop residues. Crop rotation with most crops is an effective control.

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