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Cold Weather Effects on Wheat

Conditions have been unusually cold throughout Kansas during most of the start of winter. During the first blast of cold weather, there was little or no snow cover. This means in places soil temperatures have been colder than normal, leaving some producers wondering if these conditions will leave wheat fields susceptible to winter die-off?
 According to a recent update from K-State’s agronomy department, there are several factors to consider when evaluating the outlook for winter survival of wheat:
How well has the wheat cold hardened?
Wheat plants are able to develop good winterhardiness when temperatures through fall and early ...

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