Author Archives: Glenda Mostek

Wheat Disease Alert – Stinking Smut

  Problems with wheat smut are being reported in northeast Colorado. Here is some information about this disease. D. Bruce Bosley Extension Agent/Cropping Systems Colorado State University Extension 508 S 10th Ave., Ste 1, Sterling Co 80751 (970) 768-6449 Bruce.Bosley@colostate.edu … Continue reading

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July 14, 2014 Colorado Winter Wheat Harvest Update

Monday, July 14, 2014 (Note: Farmers and elevators, give me a heads-up when harvest starts in your area, please!) Winter wheat harvest is mostly wrapped up in the far southeastern part of the state, but continues along the rest of … Continue reading

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July 11, 2014 Colorado Winter Wheat Harvest Update

Friday, July 11, 2014 (Note: Farmers and elevators, give me a heads-up when harvest starts in your area, please!) Winter wheat harvest continues to stagger along on the Eastern Plains of Colorado, with afternoon and evening rainfall hindering most farmers, … Continue reading

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Prairie Gold – 45 record produced in 1978

   

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July 9, 2014 Colorado Winter Wheat Harvest Update

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 (Note: Farmers and elevators, give me a heads-up when harvest starts in your area, please!) Winter wheat harvest was hit and miss the last few days as rain affected much of the Eastern Plains. Rainfall amounts … Continue reading

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July 7, 2014 U.S. and Colorado Crop Condition Report

The July 7, 2014 Crop Progress Report from USDA NASS-Colorado reported 27 percent of Colorado winter wheat was in very poor condition, 13 percent was poor, 22 percent was in fair condition, 30 percent was good, and eight percent was … Continue reading

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