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Wheat Streak Resistance Gene Identified

August 23, 2010
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Wheat streak mosaic virus is one of the most common wheat viruses found in the 75 million acres of wheat across the U.S. — 3.3 million acres in Texas, said Dr. Charlie Rush, AgriLife Research plant pathologist in Amarillo. >> Learn More


The Plant Variety Protection Act

Enforcement of the Plant Variety Protection Act (PVPA) in small grains has gained a lot of attention the last couple of years. Numerous individuals in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and other states have been prosecuted for not abiding by the PVPA, including sellers, seed conditioners, and buyers. A clear understanding of the PVPA, Title V, and utility patents and their implications is essential for everyone involved in the purchasing, conditioning, or selling seed. There is a considerable amount of confusion about the PVPA and its implications on Small Grain producers in Texas. In this publication, an explanation of the legal and practical aspects of the PVPA will be discussed. >>Learn More


Considering Spring Planted Oats

-Texas Cooperative Extension, The Texas A&M University System

Brent Bean, Extension Agronomy, Amarillo, 806.677.5600 & Calvin Trostle, Extension Agronomy, Lubbock, 806.746.6101

Wheat that was planted early following late summer rains emerged and produced some early season growth for grazing. Later planted wheat under dryland conditions either did not germinate due to lack of adequate soil moisture or if the wheat emerged simply hasn’t grown well. >>Learn More

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