Wheat Redrilling Guidelines
Other useful resources:
Early fall cool temperatures affects on our crops before their maturity...
Are you thinking about applying anhydrous ammonia?
are some tips for safety and retention.
Have you tested your soil for nitrate-N levels?
Want to know why you should?
for the answer!
Do corn roots grow after VT (tasseling)?
It's that time again...
Be a good neighbor and control your volunteer wheat!
Should your seed wheat BE seed wheat?
to find out how to test the germination of your seed wheat!
Did your wheat field look a bit like this before harvest? Guess what it looks like now!
Check out the article discussing the importance of weed control in stubble.
Plot results are in from both K-State County Demonstration Plots and K-State Performance Tests!
to see the results!
Have you seen this in your wheat field?
Click on the picture to find out what it is and what is causing it!
Does the height of your wheat stubble affect the subsequent
yields of corn and grain sorghum?
Click on the picture to find out more or check out the radio program here
Need some help estimating wheat yield?
for a great tool!
Have you noticed these guys as your wheat is getting close to harvest?
Are large weeds taking over your wheat just before harvest?
to learn about the different options!
Do you have some short and thin wheat to harvest?
to learn how to minimize harvest losses!
Here are few resources that may come in handy with wheat flag leaves emerging!
Check out the new and updated resources on wheat diseases here
Keep up to date on the wheat disease updates from around the state here
Whoa Wind! Factors in wind erosion on sparsely covered soils.
Just in, the latest wheat disease update!
for the update from
K-State Extension plant pathologist, Erick De Wolf.
Limited water is such a hot topic right now!
to read more information on making decisions based on
crop water usage and preseason irrigation!
Should you be on the lookout for Brown Wheat Mites?
for more information on these pests.
Are you seeing Army Cutworm damage to your fields?
for more information.
Or here are a few helpful links:
Do you want to make the most out of your limited water supply?
for the meeting details.