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Septoria Nodorum Blotch: A New Challenge to Wheat Production in Oklahoma

By Meriem Aoun and Brett Carver. Learn about septoria nodorum blotch, the new challenge to wheat production in Oklahoma.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesCropsGrains & OilseedsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesWheat
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Impact of the OSU Wheat Variety Testing Program

The OSU Wheat Variety Testing Program has research and demonstration sites throughout Oklahoma. From Walters to Hooker, the program has a presence in the major grain producing regions of Oklahoma.

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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2022-2023 Small Grains Variety Performance Tests

By Amanda de Oliveira Silva, Tyler Lynch, Israel Molina Cyrineu, Samson Olaniyi Abiola, Brett Carver and Meriem Aoun. Learn the results of research on small grains.

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Protein Concentration of Winter Wheat Varieties in Oklahoma - 2022-2023

By Dr. Amanda de Oliveira Silva, Tyler Lynch, MS, Dr. Brett Carver, Israel Molina Cyrineu, Samson Abiola Olaniyi, Oluwatobi Quadri, Laercio Pivetta, Camila Bayer. Learn about protein concentration of winter wheat varieties in Oklahoma in 2022-2023.

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Fall Forage Production and First Hollow Stem Date for Wheat Varieties During the 2022-2023 Crop Year

By Amanda de Oliveira Silva, Tyler Lynch, Israel Molina Cyrineu, Cassidy Stowers, Ephraim Muyombo, Lettie Crabtree, Teresa Swantek

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Soybean Production Calendar

By Josh Lofton, Todd Baughman, Brian Arnall and Maira Duffeck. Learn about various topics such as agronomy, fertility, insect control and more in this soybean production calendar. Take note of these highlighted practices, as they serve as valuable resources to enhance understanding and implementation of effective farming techniques.

CropsGrains & OilseedsSoybeans
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Grain Protectants and Top-dress Treatments for Stored Grains

Data shows how producers can maintain the quality of grain for economic gain.

CropsGrains & Oilseeds
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