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Questions About Whiteflies in Soybean Eileen Cullen (Dept. of Entomology) Whiteflies have been reported over the last week from a farmer call to Carl Duley, Agriculture Agent, UW-Extension Buffalo County in western Wisconsin. I also found a few whiteflies during … Continue reading
Preliminary Wheat Yield Results – Janesville, WI Shawn Conley Preliminary winter wheat yields at our Janesville, WI variety trial site have been averaging 85 bu per acre. Test weights have all been above 60 pounds with moisture ranges of 12 … Continue reading
Managing Through the Drought: A Special ASA Webinar Hot, dry conditions have significantly impacted crops across wide areas of the U.S. in 2012. While some areas have received rain, many are experiencing conditions not seen for many years. As a … Continue reading
Wisconsin Crop Manager June 28, 2012 The 15th issue of the Wisconsin Crop Manager is now available. Click below to view this issue.
Wisconsin Pest Bulletin 6/28/12 Issue No. 12 of the Wisconsin Pest Bulletin is now available at: http://datcpservices.wisconsin.gov/pb/index.jsp PRINT THIS ISSUE I N S I D E T H I S I S S U E LOOKING AHEAD: Annual flight of western … Continue reading
Video Showing Potato Leafhopper Scouting in Alfalfa [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36GxwsXhLGg[/youtube] Bryan Jensen, University of Wisconsin Integrated Pest Management Program, takes you into the field to show you how to scout and manage potato leafhopper in alfalfa fields. Start scouting 5-7 days after … Continue reading
Vegetable Crop Update 6/26/12 The 14th issue of the Vegetable Crop Update is now available. Click below to view this update.
Economics of Managing Nitrogen for Sweet Corn Matt Ruark (Dept. of Soil Science), Paul Mitchell (Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics) Nitrogen (N) management for processing sweet corn in Wisconsin has proven to be a complex issue. Sweet corn has … Continue reading
by A.J. Bussan, UW Extension Vegetable Specialist, UW-Madison Horticulture Later this week the weather is to turn incredibly hot. For many parts of the state from the Illinois border all the way to Hwy 29 we have seen little precipitation … Continue reading
Early Season Water Deficit Stress on Southern WI Soybeans Shawn Conley I went to bed last night hoping this article would not have to be written, but that whopping 0.05 hundredths (or less) of rain we received across much of … Continue reading