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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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  • MF2919F
    MF2919F
    Identifier les maladies de la rouille du blé et de l’orge: Identifying Rust Diseases of Wheat and Barley

    French: Three diseases, leaf rust, stripe rust and stem rust, occur on wheat and barley in North America. Early detection and proper identification are critical to in-season disease management and future variety selection. 4 p.

  • MF2919
    MF2919
    Identifying Rust Diseases of Wheat and Barley

    Three diseases, leaf rust, stripe rust and stem rust, occur on wheat and barley in North America. Early detection and proper identification are critical to in-season disease management and future variety selection. This publication is also available in Spanish and French. 4 p.

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  • MF2919S
    MF2919S
    Identificando a las Royas del Trigo y Cebada: Identifying Rust Diseases of Wheat and Barley

    Spanish: Three diseases, leaf rust, stripe rust and stem rust, occur on wheat and barley in North America. Early detection and proper identification are critical to in-season disease management and future variety selection. 4 p.

  • MF2902
    MF2902
    No-till Wheat Management

    Fertility, planting, variety selection, weather, pest management, and grazing concerns are important to the success of no-till wheat. 4 p.

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