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The complete 2014 Wisconsin Crop Manager Volume 21 is now available on our website as a single PDF. The first four pages are a Table of Contents listing every article and the page number it can be found on. To … Continue reading
Bryan Jensen UW Extension Troubleshooting early season corn insect damage can be difficult. There are several potential insect pests and some cause similar symptoms. Also, there is the possibility that if environmental and field conditions match up, new or unexpected … Continue reading
Damon Smith, Extension Field Crops Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison Winter wheat in the south and south-central portions of Wisconsin is quickly approaching heading. Most wheat we have looked at recently is at boot stage with some … Continue reading
The Wisconsin Irrigation Scheduling Program (WISP) (A3600-01) Scott Sanford and John Panuska Successful irrigation management uses a combination of rainfall and applied water to conserve energy, reduce cost and protect groundwater. Most of the areas in Wisconsin that are under … Continue reading
The 9th issue of the Vegetable Crop Update is now available. Click on the link below to view this update.
Brian Hudelson, Sean Toporek, Ann Joy and Joyce Wu The PDDC receives samples of many plant and soil samples from around the state. The following diseases/disorders have been identified at the PDDC from May 16, 2015 through May 22, 2015. … Continue reading
The 12th issue of the Wisconsin Crop Manager is now available. Click on the link below to view this issue.
Issue No. 5 of the Wisconsin Pest Bulletin is now available at: PRINT THIS ISSUE I N S I D E T H I S I S S U E LOOKING AHEAD: Black cutworm primary damage period to begin May … Continue reading
Damon Smith, Extension Field Crops Plant Pathologist Winter wheat plots were examined this week by my graduate student, Brian Mueller, near Sharon, WI (far southern Wisconsin). Flag leaves had recently emerged and wheat looked very good in this location. No … Continue reading
Liz Bosak, Outreach Specialist, Department of Agronomy, University of Wisconsin-Madison Weed identification at the seedling and immature stages can be difficult but is often necessary because scouting should occur before weeds reach 4 inches in height. At emergence before a … Continue reading