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ANR-0543
Wheat Diseases & Their Control
Wheat is subject to many damaging foliar and soil and seed-borne diseases at nearly all stages of growth. Because diseases reduce yield and grain quality, they directly affect the profitability of ...

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ANR-0992
2012-2013 Alabama Winter Wheat Production Guide
One of the most important decisions a farmer makes each year is variety selection. This choice is crucial to ensure high grain yield, quality, and implementation of an effective management plan. This ...


ANR-1067
Plant Disease Notes - Wheat Scab Or Head Blight
Wheat scab or head blight is one of the more damaging diseases of wheat in the United States. Nationwide, this disease has caused the wheat industry millions of dollars in yield losses. In the Mi ...

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ANR-1066
Plant Disease Notes - Rust Diseases of Wheat
Rusts are the most important and devastating diseases of wheat worldwide. Leaf rust (Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici) and stem rust (Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici) are the t ...

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ANR-1442
Planting Date and Variety Selection Effects on Wheat Yield
Important considerations for wheat producers to achieve the highest yield are the choice of varieties and planting dates. This Extension publications explores the results of recent studies on the effe ...

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ANR-2046
Adapting Wheat Production to Climate in Alabama
This document includes information on the risks that multiple climate scenarios impose on wheat yield, as well as associated pest and diseases. It also provides with information on the management stra ...

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ANR-1069
Biology and Management of Hessian Fly in the Southeast
The Hessian fly is a severe pest of winter wheat in the United States. This publication offers a description of the Hessian fly, its life cycle, the damage it causes as well as tips for managing the p ...

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ANR-0984
Management of Cereal Leaf Beetles: Pests of Small Grains
The cereal leaf beetle, Oulema melanopus, was introduced from Europe into Michigan in the 1950s and is slowly spreading southward. It is now well distributed throughout the northern hal ...


ANR-1237
By-Product Feeds for Alabama Beef Cattle
Feed costs represent the single highest cost in most cattle operations. There are several alternative feedstuffs that are capable of reducing overall feed cost for beef cattle. This publication descri ...

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ANR-0517
Barley Production on Alabama Farms
Barley has traditionally been produced on a relatively small acreage in Alabama. Consequently, statistics for barley production in Alabama are not available.

In recent years, the practice of no- ...


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