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ESC-040: Potential Causes of Yellowing During the Tillering Stage of Wheat in Texas
210550, 15; 250550, 85;
2016 August New
This is an electronic download only.
Yellowing of wheat leaves in Texas is a problematic symptom during winter and early spring. This publication will help you determine if it is caused by nutrient deficiency, herbicide injury, freeze damage, moisture stress, disease
and insect issues—or some combination thereof. You can then select an appropriate management strategy. (5 pp., 8 figures) By Emi Kimura, Jourdan Bell, Calvin Trostle, Clark Neely, and David Drake
E-618: Irrigation Monitoring with Soil Water Sensors
E-572: How USDA Forecasts Production and Supply/Demand
E-396: Commercial Pecans: Controlling Rosette, Diseases and Zinc Deficiency
E-621: Determining Cropland Cash Rental Arrangements
E-538: Non-Traditional Soil Additives: Can They Improve Crop Production?
E-461: Sorghum Ergot: New Disease Threat to the Sorghum Industry
E-60: Managing Soil Salinity
EB-6131: Texas Rice Production Guidelines
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