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Episode 143: It’s Always a Delight Leading the Nisshin Crop Quality Team! Second Day

9.17.19 Join the Nisshin Crop Quality Team for their swing south from Spokane on August 20, 2019 as they continue to investigate growing conditions and harvest expectations for Eastern Washington’s crop in episode 143, entitled: It’s Always a Delight Leading the Nisshin Crop Quality Team! Second Day. Listen in as elevator company officials from Rockford, […]

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Fusarium crown rot is prevalent, persistent & pernicious

By Timothy Paulitz and Kimberly Garland-Campbell, USDA-ARS Wheat Health, Genetics and Quality Research Unit

Fusarium crown rot of wheat is probably the most widespread of all root and crown diseases in the PNW.  It is found in all precipitation zones and cropping systems–from conventional to no-till. It causes an average of 10 percent yield loss most […]

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A world where the U.S. and Russia can play

By Scott A. Yates

Vince Peterson may be the organization’s president and Mark Fowler, it’s vice president of overseas operations, but when it comes to the voice of U.S. Wheat Associates, that would be Steve Jon Mercer, a veteran of agricultural fields that have nothing to with farming.

Although Mercer grew up in a small northern Illinois […]

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Weed resistance: It could be worse

By Ian Burke

Is there anything new for defeating herbicide resistance? That depends on your perspective, your willpower, and most definitely your wallet.

From a weed science perspective, herbicide resistance is the outward expression of a broken tool, but one of quite a few tools that we use to manage weeds in general. We find tools to […]

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2019 Preferred Wheat Varieties Brochure

2019 Preferred Wheat Varieties Brochure

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