Nebraska Wheat Update: Be Prepared for Pest Pressure
Going into winter, Nebraska wheat conditions looked good. A mild fall and great moisture levels at planting allowed winter wheat to establish good stands.
According to Tri-State Livestock News, however, being prepared for adverse weather conditions, insects and the viruses they vector, and diseases is key to prevent winterkill, poor stands and lower yields. Experts recommend that scouting fields carefully in the spring.
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