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  • Kentucky: Freezing Temperatures and Winter Wheat Damage

    KENTUCKY – Recently, we’ve experience freezing temperatures. Depending on which growth stage your winter wheat is currently at, this may cause damage to the plant. According to the University of Kentucky Extension, here are tips to assess freeze damage: Wait until high temperatures are at least 40°F for 5 to 7 days. With high temperatures inthe forecase, assessing freeze damage soon will likely provide an accurate estimate. Scout fields and look for yellow, chlorotic growing points/limp leaves….

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