Southern Idaho Dryland Winter Wheat Production Guide
January 2, 2004
Wheat is an important crop throughout Idaho, especially in the dryland cropping areas of southern Idaho. However, the region's rolling landscape with high-wind and water-erosion potential plus low precipitation make profitable and sustainable cereal production a constant challenge. This four-color, 96-page guide brings together the best available research information on management practices to help farmers navigate these obstacles. With chapters on wheat varieties, seed production, pest control, marketing, on-farm testing and much more, it provides all the basic information needed.
Authors: Larry D. Robertson, Stephen O. Grey, Bradford D. Brown