As many wheat growers may be thinking about fungicide applications to control stripe rust and other leaf diseases, Kansas State University Extension has just released a publication that could help growers make decisions to fit their needs.
The possibility of a wet spring in Washington, combined with the early detection of stripe rust, are indicators that growers and consultants should be vigilant in their field scouting, says Washington State University Extension.
Stripe rust is continuing to develop on winter wheat and spring wheat. Several reports throughout the state indicate that this year is the worst we have seen for stripe rust on winter wheat in South Dakota.
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