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FS195E
Acid Soils- How Do They Interact with Root Diseases? (Soil Acidification Series)
As soil acidification continues to be a concern for growers in the Pacific Northwest, WSU researchers are working to provide information and recommendations for how to mitigate adverse effects. Root d ...

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PNW639
Controlling Root and Crown Diseases of Small Grain Cereals
This publication describes fundamental practices to manage and minimize losses from root and crown diseases of wheat and barley grown in the Pacific Northwest. Includes tables that list the hosts, ran ...

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EM4856
Drought Advisory: Water Conservation, Weed Control Go Hand in Hand
WSU Drought Advisory: Controlling weeds greatly reduces water loss in crops. Many weeds, such as ragweed, sunflower, lambsquarter, and Russian thistle, use more water than crops like wheat, corn, and ...

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EB1987E
Dryland Winter Wheat: Eastern Washington Nutrient Management Guide
This publication provides detailed information on the nutrient needs of dryland winter wheat for eastern Washington. A 1-page worksheet is included to help develop an appropriate nitrogen application ...

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EM022E
Growing Wheat in Western Washington
Wheat has been grown in western Washington since settlement began in the mid 1800's. Newly developed varieties resistant to stripe rust have now greatly increased the potential for successful wheat pr ...

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EM072E
High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Crop Rotation (2 in a series of 5)
“High Residue Farming” is an umbrella term for cropping systems in which less tillage is used in order to keep crop residue on the surface of a field. That crop residue provides many benefits to the s ...

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EM073E
High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Residue Management through Planting (3 in a series of 5)
“High Residue Farming” is an umbrella term for cropping systems in which less tillage is used in order to keep crop residue on the surface of a field. That crop residue provides many benefits to the ...

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EM071E
High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: What and Why (1 in a series of 5)
“High Residue Farming” is an umbrella term for cropping systems in which less tillage is used in order to keep crop residue on the surface of a field. That crop residue provides many benefits to the s ...

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MISC0197S
Identificando a las Royas del Trigo y Cebada (Identifying Rust Diseases of Wheat and Barley)
Las royas de los cereales son las enfermedades más distribuidas y económicamente importantes a nivel mundial. Tres distintas royas, la roya de la hoja, la roya amarilla o roya rayada, y la roya del t ...

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MISC0197E
Identifying Rust Diseases of Wheat and Barley
Rust diseases are among the most widespread and economically important diseases of cereal crops worldwide. Three distinct diseases, leaf rust, stripe rust and stem rust, occur on wheat and barley in ...

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