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CoAXium® Group Clamps Down on Violators

In its ongoing commitment to upholding the integrity of the CoAXium® Wheat Production System, the CoAXium® Group has recently addressed a significant violation of the terms of its Grower Stewardship Agreement. The Group’s investigation revealed that a grower in Garfield County, Oklahoma, contravened the policies of the CoAXium® Wheat Production System by saving, cleaning, and […]

Wheat Entomology Newsletter

Request For Crop Rotation Field Sites: CWRF-funded research projectAs part of our CWRF-funded research, we are studying the impacts of crop rotations on sawfly infestations, and we need more field sites! If you are interested in participating, please contact Adam about your rotation history and our team will come to sample your fields. Adam Osterholzer: […]

Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – May 10, 2024

Most of Eastern Colorado saw cooler-than-normal temperatures this week, with wind and little moisture. Conditions have worsened in the southeastern corner of the state and the area has entered a D2 drought. Next week’s forecast shows warmer (but still fairly mild) temperatures, with a chance of decent moisture mid-week in locations south of I-70.

Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – May 10, 2024

Most of Eastern Colorado saw cooler-than-normal temperatures this week, with wind and little moisture. Conditions have worsened in the southeastern corner of the state and the area has entered a D2 drought. Next week’s forecast shows warmer (but still fairly mild) temperatures, with a chance of decent moisture mid-week in locations south of I-70.

Colorado Wheat Disease Newsletter

Summary: TriMV was detected in Colorado. Watch for stripe rust, viruses, fusarium head blight, root and crown rots, and fungal leaf diseases. *Addendum: My group detected bacterial leaf streak disease in samples from Southeastern Colorado today. While this has not been a major problem in Colorado in the past, the disease has been re-emerging and […]

2023 Land Rental and Custom Rates Survey

Colorado State University Extension conducts an annual survey of custom rates charged for various crop and livestock operations and lease arrangements in Colorado in the preceding year. Results of the survey are used by producers, ag lenders, county assessors, the Colorado Department of Agriculture, land appraisers, and more. The Land Rental and Custom Rates Survey in […]