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Wheat disease update - 27 February 2015

Wheat disease updates are written by Dr. Bob Hunger, OSU Extension Plant Pathologist

Oklahoma:  As indicated in the Texas reports below, both leaf rust and stripe rust are present across Texas with stripe rust appearing to be the most prevalent and severe.  1,031 more words

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First hollow stem update 02/26/15

First hollow stem is the optimal time to remove cattle from wheat pasture (full explanation). To monitor first hollow stem, we measure hollow stem for the 56 lines in our September-sown wheat forage plots at Stillwater each year. 242 more words

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The Storyteller

Audio interview with Dr. Lee Manzer, professor of marketing for the Spears School of Business.

Click the image below to go to the interview (on Soundcloud). 11 more words

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Cyclones Stick Together For Road Win

AMES, Iowa- Jameel McKay used some improved free throw shooting to help ISU gain a coveted on the road win over Oklahoma State 70-65.

McKay gained his first career double double with 17 points and 14 rebounds. 267 more words

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Plant growth regulators for wheat

Wheat lodging is not generally a widespread problem in Oklahoma, but it does occur. Lodging occurs due to a variety of factors, and as shown in the figure below, the timing of lodging will determine the final impact on grain yield. 847 more words

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First hollow stem update 02/19/15

First hollow stem is the optimal time to remove cattle from wheat pasture (full explanation). We measure first hollow in our September-sown wheat forage plots at Stillwater each year, and the warm temperatures have caused first hollow stem to advance ahead of schedule this year. 405 more words

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Checking for first hollow stem

First hollow stem occurs just prior to jointing and is the optimal time to remove cattle from wheat pasture. First hollow stem usually occurs in mid to late February in southern Oklahoma and early March in northern Oklahoma. 244 more words

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