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  • This agronomic post shows catchweed bedstraw seeds.

    Catchweed Bedstraw: Don’t Spread this Sprawling Weed

    Catchweed bedstraw seeds Weed management is an important step in protecting wheat crops, with each infestation bringing unique challenges to the field. Catchweed bedstraw is an issue for many northwestern cereals growers because it’s a weed that lives up to its name: once it catches onto crops and equipment, its seeds are tough to separate from harvested grain. Heavy infestations can also cause significant yield losses the following season, since plants typically produce 100-400 seeds….

This agronomic image shows a tractor planting wheat.
This agronomic image shows a planting field in the Midwest covered in snow.
This agronomic image shows fusarium head blight in wheat.
This agronomic image shows stripe rust on wheat.
This agronomic image shows stripe rust on wheat.
This agronomic image shows a seed planter
This agronomic image shows the weed kochia.