small grains management
indiana specific information
- Description of oat growing seasons at Lafayette and Wanatah Indiana (2008, 2009, 2010)
- Performance of oat cultivars at Lafayette and Wanatah, Indiana (2008, 2009, 2010)
- Performance of wheat at Wanatah, Atlanta, West Lafayette and Evansville, IN (2010)
- Performance of wheat at Wanatah, Atlanta, and West Lafayette, IN (2010)
- Performance of wheat at Evansville IN (2010)
- Performance of wheat at West Lafayette IN (2010) high management
- Performance of wheat at West Lafayette IN (2010)
- Performance of wheat at Atlanta, IN (2010)
- Performance of wheat at Wanatah, IN (2010)
- The 2009-2010 wheat season in Indiana
- Summary of the 2008 Purdue University Wheat Improvement Program Performance Trials
- Bin-Run Wheat Seed
relay intercropping of soybean into wheat
- Management Considerations: Wheat (AY-315-W)
- Management Considerations: Soybean (AY-316-W)
- Wheat Production and Fertilization in Indiana (AY-244)
- USDA Grading Standards and Moisture Conversion Table for Wheat (AY-243)
government, commodity, & professional organizations
- Indiana Agricultural Statistics Service
- Available reports include: Indiana Agriculture Profile, Indiana Agricultural Statistics Annual Bulletin, Historical Data for Indiana, County Data, Indiana Crop & Weather Report.
- Indiana Crop Improvement Association
- As a non-profit, self-supporting agency, ICIA objectively carries out various seed programs including seed certification, laboratory testing and other quality assurance programs.
information from other sources
- GrainGenes, a Database for Small Grains
- "GrainGenes is a compilation of molecular and phenotypic information on wheat, barley, rye, triticale, and oats. The project is supported by the USDA-ARS Plant Genome Research Program, and by the community of scientists who are providing the information and the reasons to be interested in it."
- Illinois Small Grains Information
- Chapter 4 of the Illinois Agronomy Handbook discusses small grains management and offers links to online decision aid tools.
- Kansas Wheat Page
- This website provides diverse information about wheat production and quality for stakeholders interested in wheat production systems in Kansas and in the U.S. southern Great Plains.
- Kentucky Wheat Science
- "The UK Wheat Science Group comprises researchers and extension specialists at the University of Kentucky from the Departments of Agronomy, Plant Pathology, Entomology, Agricultural Economics, and Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Extension Agents, and farmers. Our goal is to solve the problems that limit the profitability of wheat production in Kentucky."
- A Comprehensive Guide to Wheat Management in Kentucky (ID-125)
- No-Till Small Grain Production in Kentucky (ID-136)
- Minnesota Small Grains
- "The Small Grains web site is maintained cooperatively by the Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers (MAWG), the Minnesota Wheat Research & Promotion Council, and the University of Minnesota's Northwest Experiment Station. Our mission in doing so is to provide timely information to wheat farmers in our region."
- Nebraska Wheat Production Systems
- "This site includes the latest extension information on wheat production from the University of Nebraska. Where appropriate, University of Nebraska information has been supplemented with that of other land-grant universities and the private sector."
- North Dakota Small Grains
- "Agriculture faculty and staff from the NDSU Extension Service, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and the College of Agriculture have developed numerous resources to share with small grains producers in North Dakota."
- Wheat Diseases & Pests, A Guide for Field Identification
- Originally developed by wheat researchers at CIMMYT, "This booklet is designed as a quick guide for identifying wheat and triticale diseases in the field. It is intended primarily for agricultural researchers, technicians and farmers in developing nations, but will also be of value to others. The text comprises a brief description of the major wheat and triticale diseases, insect pests, nematodes, physiologic and genetic disorders, and mineral and environmental stresses. Complementing this text and as an aid to the identification are numerous color photographs, drawings and a brief diagnostic key."