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kingfisher2010Welcome to the Oklahoma State University small grains extension website. Oklahoma farmers sow approximately six million acres of winter wheat each year, making wheat Oklahoma’s largest cash crop. In addition to being a major grain crop, Oklahoma wheat plays a vital role in the US cattle industry. Depending on market conditions, 30 to 50% of Oklahoma wheat acres will be grazed by stocker cattle during the winter months. This acts as a critical buffer between cow/calf producers and the feedlots and ensures a steady stream of cattle going on feed.  

 

This site is designed to serve as a resource for anyone interested in small grains production in the Southern Great Plains. Use the sidebar to the left to guide you to information on specific topics. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, email them to david.marburger@okstate.edu.

 

  

 

2015-2016 WHEAT VARIETY PERFORMANCE TEST RESULTS

 

2015-2016 Full Report

 
 

2015-2016 Results By Location:

All locations on two pages

 

Afton

Altus

Alva

Apache

Apache Fungicide

Apache Fungicide vs. No Fungicide Comparison

Buffalo

Cherokee

Chickasha

Chickasha Intensive Management

Chickasha Standard vs. Intensive Management

Goodwell Irrigated

Homestead

Hooker

Kildare

Lahoma

Lahoma Fungicide

Lahoma Fungicide vs. No Fungicide Comparison

Lamont

Marshall Dual-Purpose

Marshall Grain-Only

Marshall Dual-Purpose vs. Grain-only Comparison

Thomas

Union City

Walters



2015 - 2016 OSU Wheat variety trial plot maps

 

  

 

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