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Mites in Small Grains

A description of commonly found plant-feeding grain mites, their characteristics and proper management tips.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesCropsGrains & OilseedsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesWheat
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Wheat Grazeout versus Harvest for Grain

Planning and understanding the principles of partial budgeting for a farm or ranch specifically for the use of wheat.

Budgets & RecordkeepingBusiness Planning & ManagementCrop EconomicsCropsFarm & Ranch FinancesGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Producing Grazeable Cover Crops During Summer Fallow in Winter Wheat

Learn about the potential of grazing summer cover crops and their effects on the following winter wheat crop.

CropsGrains & OilseedsLivestockPastures & ForageWheat
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Protein Content of Winter Wheat Varieties in Oklahoma - 2018-2019

An overview of management and environmental impacts on the 2018-2019 wheat protein content varieties in Oklahoma.

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Protein Concentration of Winter Wheat Varieties in Oklahoma — 2019-2020

An overview of management and environmental impacts on the 2019-2020 wheat protein content varieties in Oklahoma.

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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2019-2020 Small Grains Variety Performance Tests

A brief summary of the conditions affecting Oklahoma wheat production, harvesting test plots and yield results in the various county’s.

BarleyCropsGrains & OilseedsRyeWheat
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Wheat Allergy, Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity: What's the difference?

Learn about the differences between wheat allergies, celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Fall Forage Production and First Hollow Stem Date for Wheat Varieties During the 2019-2020 Crop Year

An explanation of the genetic differences in wheat forage production potential and grazing duration among the most popular varieties grown in Oklahoma.

CropsForageGrains & OilseedsPastures & ForageWheat
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