Written by Scott Eversgerd, Field Agronomist, for the 2018 Pioneer Agronomy Sciences Research Summary.
There are three major factors that have the greatest impact on potential freeze damage to a growing wheat crop.
Table 1. Temperatures that cause injury to wheat at spring growth stages and symptoms and yield effect of spring freeze injury (Klein, 2006).
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