Blogs Tagged winter wheat

  1. Repeated Cold Blasts Add to Winter Wheat Crop Concerns

    Some snow covered wheat in first Polar vortex but dry conditions, no cover in latest blast is worrisome

    01/27/2014

  2. Farmers Help Community Build New High School Track

    Volunteers use tractors, pickups, and cover crop seed to help build high school track.

    11/26/2013

  3. Washington Wine Science Center Poised As Pivotal Facility

    Other states are starting to get on board.

    09/24/2013

  4. Grain Companies And Cooperatives In Expansion Mode

    New large storage and rail load-out facilities changing grain trade landscape in Nebraska.

    07/18/2013

  5. Winter Wheat Crop On The Edge

    Ohio’s soft red winter wheat crop is ready for harvest, but incessant rains frustrate both farmers and buyers. Now quality concerns arise.

    07/10/2013

  6. Different Soils, Different Winter Wheat

    Eastern parts of Kansas, particularly the southeast, grow plenty of soft winter wheat in addition to hard red winter wheat.

    06/28/2013

  7. Winter Wheat Looking Good; Reservoirs Still Show Drought Impact

    Late freezes do little damage in south-central Kansas; across the state freeze and drought decimate some areas

    05/15/2013

  8. Expansion, Agriculture Closely Tied To One Another

    Kansas City's location crucial to establishing hard red winter wheat production in the region.

    05/10/2013

  9. The Impact Of Drought In Western Kansas

    Hard Winter Wheat Tour sees the impact of drought on western Kansas wheat fields and pasture.

    05/03/2013