Wheat Freeze Injury

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Released December 2014 // Authors: Clark Neely, Calvin Trostle, and Mark Welch

Wheat freeze injury is a complex issue involving environmental, cultural and physiological factors that can cause freeze damage to vary between and even within fields, making it difficult to assess crop injury. Knowing when and where to scout for damage, what symptoms to look for and how to manage an injured crop is critical in evaluating damaged wheat.

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Wheat Freeze Injury

— Clark Neely, Calvin Trostle, Mark Welch | Updated April 2014

Tips and Tools for Assessing Wheat Freeze Injury
— Calvin Trostle and Clark Neely | Pub. April 2014

Wheat Freeze Overview
— Calvin Trostle | Updated April 2014

Additional information and resources can be found at: wheatfreezeinjury.tamu.edu or varietytesting.tamu.edu