Nutrient Management Plan
Developing an efficient fertilization plan is fundamental when preparing for the growing season. Strategic planning can effectively aid producers in maintaining  inputs for optimal yields while potentially reducing fertilizer costs. Use these nutrient management guidelines to better manage nutrients in your wheat fields.

Managing Herbicide Resistant Ryegrass in Northeast Texas
Annual ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) is the most damaging weed in soft red winter wheat in Northeast Texas. Annual losses from this pest run in the millions of dollars. Over the past two years, there has been success controlling resistant ryegrass with a two-step herbicide program of Axiom (delayed preemergence to spike) followed by Axial XL (2-3 tiller ryegrass).

Economic Evaluation of Tebuconazole on Commercial Wheat Varieties, 2013 | Swart, Braley, Stewart, Reid
Applied research over a five-year period (2009-2013) that evaluated foliar fungicide performance on wheat varieties that are highly susceptible to leaf and stripe rust.

Managing Foliar Disease in NE Texas | James Swart
Suggested production practices that can be successfully used to minimize the impact of plant diseases and stabilize wheat production.

Seed Testing Labs | Calvin Trostle
A list of places to get wheat and other seed tested for germination, vigor, etc.

Nitrogen and Wheat Grain Production — Topdressing Timing is Critical | Calvin Trostle
Sixteen Questions about N for Wheat Grain, Texas High Plains

 
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