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  • This agronomic image shows wheat.

    Get Ahead of Pest Problems in Winter Wheat

    Meteorologists are predicting above-average temperatures and variable precipitation for the Pacific Northwest from September to November this year – just in time for winter wheat planting. Warm and wet weather combined with newly-planted wheat seed can create ideal disease and insect conditions. These pests can attack wheat seedlings early, long before growers know what’s lurking below the soil. Damage from pests can lead to late emergence, poor establishment and weak seedling vigor. For the 2017-2018…

This agronomic photo shows the weed wild oats.