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The wheat plants were stunted and yellow-green in colour, with older leaves that were brown and starting to die off. Newer growth was starting to show the same symptoms.

Crop Advisor’s Casebook: Sickly wheat prompts distress call

A Crop Advisor's Solution from the February 10 , 2015 issue of Grainews

John, a producer who grows wheat, canola, peas and lentils on his 5,000-acre grain farm just west of Swift Current, Sask., was out spraying peas in mid-June when he spotted a problem with another one of his crops just across the road. The wheat in that field looked like it was dying off. Not long […] Read more