Wheat Streak Mosiac Virus

 
  From the June 19, 2017 Issue of Agri-News
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 Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus is threatening cereal crops in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Texas and Montana. There were about a dozen fields confirmed to have the virus in Alberta in 2016.

“Please keep an eye out for chlorotic (yellow) streaks on leaves of cereal crops,” says Mike Harding plant pathologist, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. “Scouting will be especially important in and around winter wheat fields in southern Alberta, south of Hwy #12.”

For more information, or for testing of samples, contact Mike Harding at 403-362-1338.

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Mike Harding
403-362-1338

 
 
 
 
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