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  • Colorado Wheat Outlook – April 29, 2022

    April 29, 2022

    A good portion of Eastern Colorado is expected to see strong wind gusts (anywhere from 45-50 mph) and low humidity today. Some areas had thunderstorms on Wednesday, but very little rain actually made it to the ground. The “good” and … Continue reading

  • Colorado Wheat Disease Newsletter – April 25, 2022

    April 25, 2022

    Dr. Robyn Roberts Field Crops Pathologist and CSU Assistant Professor Robyn.Roberts@colostate.edu* 970-491-8239; @RobynRobertsPhD (Twitter) *Email is the best way to reach me DISEASE OBSERVATIONS There is one report of virus-like symptoms in Sedgwick County. A neighboring plot had lots of … Continue reading

  • Colorado Wheat Outlook – April 22

    April 22, 2022

    Conditions continued to decline this week, with the “Very Poor” category gaining 5 points and the “Excellent” category dropping to zero. This is no surprise considering all that the wheat has been through. This week it faced more warm temperatures … Continue reading

  • Colorado Wheat Entomology Newsletter – April 18

    April 18, 2022

    Dr. Erika Peirce: Erika.Peirce@colostate.edu, 661-607-1789 Dr. Punya Nachappa: Punya.Nachappa@colostate.edu, 785-383-4873 Introduction Hello, this is our second year conducting the Wheat Entomology Newsletter, led by Dr. Punya Nachappa, entomologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Agricultural Biology (www.nachappalab.com) and Dr. … Continue reading

  • Colorado Wheat Outlook – April 15

    April 15, 2022

     The drought monitor remained unchanged this week while the “Poor” category gained six points on the crop condition report. Eastern Colorado faced another week of dry conditions and extreme wind. Click Here to View the Full Report.   

  • Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – April 1, 2022

    April 1, 2022

    As of March 1, 2022, Colorado wheat producers seeded an estimated 2.10 million acres for harvest in 2022, which is down 100,000 acres from the 2021 crop. This is revised down from the 2.15 million acres reported last fall. Click … Continue reading