Category Archives: What’s New?

Report a pigweed and help prevent spread of new potentially herbicide resistant pigweed

Mark Renz, UW Madison Associate Professor and Extension Specialist Sam Marquardt, UW Madison Assistant Outreach Specialist Concern about the continued spread of waterhemp and Palmer amaranth exist in Wisconsin. While we have long battled other pigweeds like red-root and smooth, … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference

Heidi Johnson, University of Wisconsin-Extension Dane County The 2018 Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference will take place on February 27 (9am-4pm) at the Holiday Inn in Steven’s Point.  This will be a statewide conference geared toward helping Wisconsin farmers use cover … Continue reading

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New Pigweed ID card available

Available from the NPM Program!  A new visual guide for identifying two of the pigweed species of special concern in Wisconsin:  Waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus) and Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri). Waterhemp is common in Wisconsin and has documented resistance to some … Continue reading

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In-Season Corn Disease Management Decisions – 2017

Damon L. Smith, Extension Field Crops Pathologist, University of Wisconsin-Madison Tasseling has begun on field corn in the southern region of Wisconsin. With this, comes many questions about applying fungicide to control disease and preserve yield. What diseases are out … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Fruit News-July 21, 2017

We hope you enjoy this issue of the Wisconsin Fruit Newsletter, where you can find out about: http://go.wisc.edu/31t8yi *   What’s going on with worker protection *   Integrating biological control into an IPM program *   Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic update * … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Fruit News-July 7, 2017

It’s time for another Wisconsin Fruit newsletter, featuring information about: http://go.wisc.edu/empp63 *   Follow up on the article on the reduced risk insecticide Intrepid *   Endangered Species Protection Bulletins and Methoxyfenozide-containing pesticides *   IPM: Mating disruption *   Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic … Continue reading

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Kernza, Cover Crops and Conservation Field Day at Lancaster July 19

Daniel H. Smith, Nutrient and Pest Management Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison The Kernza, Cover Crops and Conservation Field Day will provide research updates on projects that enhance soil health and farm profits, as well as an opportunity to see a … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Fruit News-June 23, 2017

Here is the next issue of the Wisconsin Fruit News. We hope you enjoy! http://go.wisc.edu/101k8v *   New SWD publication available! *   IPM: Host plant resistance *   Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic update *   Insect Diagnostic Lab update *   Harvest schedule and … Continue reading

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New UW-Extension identification guide to toxic plants in forages and pastures available

Mark Renz, UW-Extension Weed Scientist Madison, Wis. – While most plants are safe for livestock to consume, a few plant species can sicken or even kill animals if ingested. Recognizing poisonous plants and knowing proper livestock management are important steps … Continue reading

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2016 Wisconsin CCA Board Activities

The Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) Program was established in 1992 to provide a benchmark of professionalism for practicing agronomy professionals. It is a voluntary professional enhancement to a person’s career credentials. CCAs have demonstrated they have the commitment, education, expertise, … Continue reading

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