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OSU wheat genetics dominate commercial markets despite outdated infrastructure

The greenhouses at the OSU Agronomy Research Station are out of date and need repairs to house and protect hybrid wheat plants.
A man wearing a yellow ball cap, teal T-shirt and blue jeans moves flats of small wheat plants from an outdoor raised bed to a cart for transport to inside a greenhouse.
Wheat planting continues amid welcome rains

Fri, Nov 03, 2023

Wheat planting across the state is more than 75% complete.

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Wheat harvest review: Cool, wet spring surprises producers with better-than-expected yields

Thu, Jul 13, 2023

Producers from across the state discuss their experiences this year with wheat harvest.

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Drought conditions increase potential for wheat disease and insects

Thu, Apr 06, 2023

OSU Extension wheat specialists discuss current disease and insect threats to this year's crop.

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Beef specialists warn of bloat on wheat pasture

Thu, Mar 16, 2023

Wheat pastures grazed short this winter offer a large amount of digestible grass for calves but can cause severe bloat.

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Wheat grazing draws to a close with first hollow stem on the horizon

Mon, Feb 20, 2023

Pulling cattle off wheat pasture when wheat reaches the first hollow stem stage is critical to preserving harvest yields.

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Oklahoma wheat harvest is 75% complete

Wed, Jun 22, 2022

Following a delay with heavy rains in early June, Oklahoma wheat harvest is finally well under way with 75% of the state harvested as of June 21.

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