University of California Small Grains
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Posts Tagged: common wheat

Statewide small grain testing program update

Fall-planted sites 2017-18

The UC Grain Cropping Systems Lab and a cooperating network of UC Cooperative Extension agronomists established fall-planted small grain variety trials across the state of California from October to December 2017. These included: 10 locations with...

Posted on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 12:42 PM

Announcing an Interactive Webtool for Small Grain Variety Selection

Webtool screenshot

The beta version of an interactive webtool for California small grain variety selection is now available on the Small Grains portion of the UC Agronomy Research and Information Center Website: http://smallgrains.ucanr.edu/Variety/ The tool is...

Posted on Monday, October 9, 2017 at 7:00 AM

2017 California Small Grain Variety Testing Data

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Results from the 2016-2017 Fall-planted small grain variety trials throughout California are now available. These include tests of commercial and advanced varieties of common wheat, durum wheat, triticale, and barley, with multi-year productivity,...

Posted on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 12:48 AM

Start planning your nitrogen management strategy for fall-planted wheat now (and consider using a N-rich reference strip to manage your N more precisely)

In Season N Reference

Recent UCCE research has illustrated the value of in-season applications of nitrogen (N) fertilizer, particularly applications made at the early vegetative growth stages. This is typically the stage of growth when N demand from the crop is...

Posted on Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 3:17 PM

Is it too late to topdress fall-planted wheat with N fertilizer?

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We have received several recent inquiries following on our blog post from late January that discussed the potential value of a nitrogen (N) topdress at the tillering-to-jointing stages of wheat growth. This is particularly an issue with the higher than...

Posted on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 4:50 PM

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