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  • 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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  • MF2903
    MF2903
    Top-dress Applications of UAN Fertilizer with Herbicides on Wheat

    Urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) applications can cause foliar burn under certain conditions, and herbicides may increase the risk. Weed-and-feed applications can be safer with favorable weather and the right formulation. 4 p.

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  • MF2866
    MF2866
    Hessian Fly: Kansas Crop Pests

    The Hessian fly, Mayetiola destructor, is often ranked as the most important insect pest in winter wheat production. Plant after the fly-free date, destroy volunteer wheat.

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  • EP145
    EP145
    Triticum Mosaic: A New Wheat Disease in Kansas

    Symptoms of wheat infected with triticum mosaic include light-green or yellow streaking, spotting, or mottling. Wheat curl mites spread the virus. Eliminate volunteer wheat.

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  • MF2823
    MF2823
    Bird Cherry-Oat Aphid: Kansas Crop Pests

    The bird cherry-oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi, is a common pest of Kansas wheat. It is often associated with yield losses from barley yellow dwarf virus.

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