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Control volunteer wheat to stop the Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus

Wheat Streak Mosaic was detrimental to the western Kansas wheat crop this year.
On average, WSMV causes $75 million in losses to Kansas wheat farmers every year, but this year’s losses were much higher. Wheat Streak Mosaic can cause a yield loss of more than 80 percent. If we take preventative measures now, future yields will improve exponentially. Prevention is the only method, so Stop the Streak now.
The virus is spread by the wheat curl mite, which feeds on wheat and other grasses.
The best way to prevent the spread of the wheat streak mosaic virus is to ...


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