Colorado Wheat Blog

  • Colorado Wheat Entomology Newsletter

    April 19, 2021

    Darren Cockrell: Darren.Cockrell@colostate.edu, 630-649-4419 Dr. Punya Nachappa: Punya.Nachappa@colostate.edu, 785-383-4873 Introduction Hello, this year we are starting a new Wheat Entomology Newsletter, led by Darren Cockrell, Research Associate and myself, Dr. Punya Nachappa, entomologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of … Continue reading

  • Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – April 16, 2021

    April 16, 2021

    There was not much change in either the crop condition or the drought monitor compared to the prior week. However, there are reports of multiple inches of snow on parts of the Eastern Plains as of the morning of April … Continue reading

  • 2021 Colorado Wheat Field Days Schedule

    April 13, 2021

    The 2021 Colorado Wheat Field Days will be held June 10-16 at eleven different variety trial sites throughout Eastern Colorado (schedule below). The field days are jointly hosted by the Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee (CWAC), the Colorado Association of Wheat … Continue reading

  • Colorado Crop Progress – Week Ending April 11

    April 12, 2021

    From USDA-NASS AGRICULTURAL SUMMARY: Dry and windy weather was prevalent throughout the state last week as spring fieldwork continue according to the Mountain Region Field Office of the National Agricultural Statistics Service, USDA. In northeastern counties, planting preparations progressed but … Continue reading

  • Wheat Disease Update – April 12, 2021

    April 12, 2021

    Dr. Robyn Roberts Field Crops Pathologist and Assistant Professor Robyn.Roberts@colostate.edu; 970-491-8239 Introduction Welcome to a new season of the Wheat Disease Newsletters! My name is Robyn Roberts and I joined Colorado State University in August 2020 as the new field … Continue reading

  • Colorado Wheat Outlook – April 9

    April 9, 2021

    According to the April 9, 2021 USDA WASDE report:  This month’s supply and demand outlook for 2020/21 U.S. wheat is for lower supplies, reduced domestic use, unchanged exports, and higher ending stocks Supplies are lowered with a reduction in projected … Continue reading