All Planting Wheat Content
The SDSU Extension team provides unbiased, research-based information to help wheat growers make decisions to improve yields and profits.
January 30-February 1: Wheat diseases, insects, variety trials, nutrient management, and seed certification
The 2023 spring wheat reports include data from 10 locations with regional summaries.
As winter winter begins emerging, it is important to monitor field edges for grasshopper activity and feeding injury. This is especially true in areas where large populations have been observed throughout the summer.
As winter wheat planting rapidly approaches, there are many factors that should be considered. One of those factors is choosing a planting date to avoid Hessian fly issues. Learn some expert tips for selecting a safe planting date for your region.
The 2023 winter wheat reports include data from 14 locations with regional summaries and one forage trial results.
We have recently observed large populations of grasshoppers in Southeast and Western South Dakota. Due to their destructive feeding habits, it is very important to monitor their populations prior to and during winter wheat planting.
After long, tough winters, producers often have concerns about winter wheat stands. Learn some tips for assessing plant stands and deciding what to do with your wheat plantings this spring.