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Balancing yield and protein content in a wheat crop
STILLWATER, Okla. – With Oklahoma wheat producers heading into another growing season, the bottom line will be top of mind, as always, and for many, that means focusing squarely on yield, yield, yield.
Located in Users / leilana.mckindra@okstate.edu
Breeding wheat varieties for protein? Not so fast
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State University wheat breeder Brett Carver does not resemble the stereotypical image of a mad scientist at work. However, he and the rest of the OSU Wheat Improvement Team, an interdisciplinary team of researchers, display mad skills when it comes to fulfilling their charge of developing high-performing wheat varieties that thrive in Oklahoma, while more than satisfying the needs of bakers and millers everywhere.
Located in Users / leilana.mckindra@okstate.edu
Cattle Trails Wheat and Stocker Conference set for Aug. 1 in Lawton
LAWTON, Okla. – Wheat and cattle producers with operations in Oklahoma and the rolling plains of Texas who are looking to take best advantage of current stocker cattle options should register now to attend the Aug. 1 Cattle Trails Wheat and Stocker Conference in Lawton.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Do not feed the weeds
STILLWATER, Okla. – Weeds are the enemy of any healthy crop and they can be difficult, frustrating adversaries. But, producers keeping a sharp eye on both the yield and the quality of their wheat crops are not heading into battle powerless.
Located in Users / leilana.mckindra@okstate.edu
Economics show Oklahoma wheat growers must maximize yields and protein content in their crop
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – It is no secret wheat prices have been less than stellar overall in recent years, but that only underscores the need for wheat growers to do what they can to produce as competitive a product as possible.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Foreign production info negatively affects recent wheat market rally
STILLWATER, Okla. – A recent rally in the wheat marketplace was met with widespread enthusiasm by agricultural producers, and then it evaporated like early morning dew on a hot summer day.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Lonerider completes trio of 2017 OSU wheat releases
STILLWATER, Okla. – With planting season fast approaching, wheat producers now have one more variety to consider as Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources released Lonerider.
Located in Users / leilana.mckindra@okstate.edu
OSU Winter Crops Herbicide Symptomology Clinic set for Nov. 3
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Agricultural producers looking to be get a firsthand look at key visual symptoms of common herbicides on winter wheat and canola should plan now to attend the Nov. 3 Oklahoma State University Winter Crops Herbicide Symptomology Clinic in Stillwater.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu
Protect future yields and protein content in Clearfield wheat this fall
ENID, Oklahoma – For Oklahoma wheat growers who are battling feral rye and jointed goatgrass incursions, wheat variety selection can be a particularly important consideration when trying to produce a crop with sufficient yields and protein content.
Located in Users / donald.stotts@okstate.edu

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