Wheat Disease Loss Calculator

Calculate yield and economic losses due to wheat diseases

Search Criteria

Query multiple types of production and estimated yield loss data by timeframe, disease, and geographic area* 

  1. Select desired start year and end year. For a single year of data choose the same year for both start and end. 
  2. Select a disease category, which will autofill the diseases. 
  3. Select one or multiple diseases.
  4. Further define geographic area by country, region, or select one or multiple states.
  5. Click on Search and results will display. 
  6. Further details are available by clicking on Production and Losses within results. 
  7. If specific diseases or states are not selected, the output will include values for all diseases and states present in the selection boxes. 
  8. NA means data not collected for that year and geographic location.

*Not all data categories are available for all locations and all years, and disease categories changed slightly as data collection progressed. Disease loss data was traditionally presented separately for the Northern U.S and Southern U.S., categories which differ from the states within regional IPM center groupings.

  • These data are expert estimates only. 
  • Data is currently available from 2018 onwards.
  • Mycotoxin contamination and ergoty seed lot contamination values are currently not available. 
  • Disease loss data for Texas in 2018 is not available.

How to cite information from this resource: 

Crop Protection Network. 2021. Estimates of corn, soybean, and wheat yield losses due to diseases and insect pests: an online tool. Https://loss.cropprotectionnetwork.org/. Doi.org/10.31274/cpn-20191121-0

For more information about disease loss data, please see the About page. 

Contributors 2018 to 2020

Tom Allen, Mississippi State University; Kelsey Anderson-Onofre, Kansas State University; Gary Bergstrom, Cornell University; Kaitlyn Bissonnette, University of Missouri; Kira Bowen, Auburn University; Carl Bradley, University of Kentucky; Mary Burrows, Montana State University; Emmanuel Byamukama, South Dakota State University; Martin Chilvers, Michigan State University; Alyssa Collins, Pennsylvania State University; Christina Cowger, North Carolina State University; Erick DeWolf, Kansas State University; Alfredo Martinez Espinoza, University of Georgia; Travis Faske, University of Arkansas; Andrew Friskop, North Dakota State University; Bob Hunger, Oklahoma State University; Heather Kelly, University of Tennessee; Nathan Kleczewski, University of Illinois; Alyssa Koehler, University of Delaware; Juliet Marshall, University of Idaho; Hillary Mehl, Virginia Tech; Ron Meyer, Colorado State University; Tim Murray, Washington State University; Ken Obasa, Texas A&M University; Pierce Paul, Ohio State University; Paul “Trey” Price III, Louisiana State University; Damon Smith, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Bill Stump, University of Wyoming; Darcy Telenko, Purdue University; Albert Tenuta, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs; Stephen Wegulo, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; and Jochum Wiersma, University of Minnesota.