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Episode 74: Meet Mr. Northwest Wheat Quality, Doug Engle!

5.22.18 Meet Mr. Northwest Wheat Quality, Doug Engle in episode 74 of Wheat All About It!, which is also the title of the podcast. Engle has worked at the Western Wheat Quality Lab of the Agricultural Research Service for 35 years, with much of that time devoted to analyzing the quality of varieties released in the […]

By |May 22nd, 2018|Featured Articles|0 Comments

Changes in latitudes/attitudes shift Latin America

By Joe Bippert

More than 400 Latin American millers, and those who support them, gathered in Cartagena, Colombia in late November to discuss the current state of the region’s milling markets, discover new and innovative technology, network with colleagues and receive updates from world’s wheat suppliers.

The 35th annual Latin American Wheat Milling Industry (ALIM) conference has […]

By |May 21st, 2018|Featured Articles|0 Comments

The future of herbicides in wheat is bleak

By Ian Burke

As a research scientist, it’s not always easy to have a farmer perspective on herbicides. I suspect most farmers see the number of products available positively. Looking at the advertisements in Wheat Life and other agricultural periodicals, it appears there is an endless number of products available with new ones appearing every year.

But […]

By |May 21st, 2018|Featured Articles|0 Comments

2018 Preferred Wheat Varieties

2018 Preferred Wheat Varieties
 

By |March 6th, 2018|Featured Articles|0 Comments

Washington Wheat’s Journey

Ride along as we take a look at the life cycle of Washington wheat from research and breeding to farming, milling and consumption.

By |September 19th, 2017|Featured Articles|0 Comments