Grains and Cereals

Crops Grains and Cereals
Barley

Barley has high requirements for water and nutrition, making it particularly susceptible to dry conditions and nutrient availability. 

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Canola/Rapeseed

Canola is grown for its high protein content therefore; the requirements for nitrogen and phosphorus can be quite high.

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Corn

Combating the variety of diseases and stresses that negatively impact corn plants is fundamental to crop success.  

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Milo/Sorghum

Soil-borne diseases caused by Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, and Pythium can infect sorghum seedlings, greatly increasing plant mortality and reducing yield.

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Oats

Pre-emergent infection of oat seedlings by various soil-borne diseases such as Pythium can greatly reduce the plant stand leading to substantial yield reductions.

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Rice

Rice is a grain crop particularly well adapted for areas where flood irrigation is possible and economical.

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Rye

Due to the high drought tolerance of rye, it is often planted in dry, sandy soils. However, depending on how closely crop rotation practices are adhered to there is a potential for disease pressure from Rhizoctonia, Pythium, and other soil-borne diseases that can over-winter in crop residues.

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Triticale

A drought-tolerant hybrid of wheat and rye, triticale is typically planted in dryer soils and regions that experience long growing seasons.

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Wheat

Seedling blights such Pythium, Fusarium, and Rhizoctonia are common in soils where conditions are cool and wet. Controlling these diseases before germination will help increase wheat yields.

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