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August 14, 2019
Assess fields using the pinch and push tests and prioritize harvest where risk of lodging is highest.
August 14, 2019
Whiteflies are tiny, white, winged insects that have been noted in many soybean fields. Whiteflies and their immature stages (nymphs) feed with piercing and sucking mouthparts, mostly on the underside of soybean leaves. In most fields, in spite of the “fogs” of adult whiteflies observed in fields, these insects are seldom a significant threat and insecticide application is unlikely to be necessary.
August 07, 2019
As researchers in the Midwest work on getting more information on Tar spot epidemiology, predictive tools and management., it is known that fungicide applications made during VT-R1 have proven effective to protect yields and may provide the highest return on investment.
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August 14, 2019
Contamination is the biggest concern with using DEF and the source is usually related to storage or handling practices. This article outlines best practices for storing and handling DEF.
July 30, 2019
With the onset of cold weather and increased grain drying due to late planting, propane demand this fall may be higher than we have seen in recent years. Filling propane tanks during summer fill programs is highly recommended.
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June 24, 2019
Stored grains are a farmer’s most valuable asset. Any damage to them and it is lost profit. Therefore, protecting them to preserve grain quality is critical until they go to market.
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