The severe problems wheat producers had with wheat streak mosaic virus in years past can be traced back, in most cases, to a lack of control of volunteer wheat, says Kansas State University Extension. Here are some tips to combat it.
White or bleached heads are a common sight in wheat fields throughout South Dakota. There are two organisms that could be blamed for this kind of damage, an insect called wheat stem maggot (Meromyza americana) and a disease called Fusarium head blight/Scab caused by Fusarium fungus.
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