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2016 Wisconsin Crop Management Conference, January 12-14

Geoff Siemering, UW-Soil Science Register now for the 2016 Wisconsin Crop Management Conference (January 12-14) On January 12 – 14, 2016 the agribusiness industries of Wisconsin will come together at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison for the Wisconsin Crop … Continue reading

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Video update: Interseeding of cover crops into V5 corn

Interseeding cover crops into corn in Wisconsin: Can it work? Matt Ruark, Associate Professor, Dept. of Soil Science, Dan Smith, Graduate Student, Dept. of Agronomy The short answer is yes. Recent research at the Arlington Agricultural Research Station has demonstrated that … Continue reading

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Interseeding cover crops into V5 corn

Daniel H. Smith and Mark Renz, Department of Agronomy Matt Ruark and Francisco Arriaga, Department of Soil Science Wisconsin growers are increasingly interested in utilizing cover crops. While cover crop establishment is relatively easy following corn silage, small grains, and … Continue reading

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Surveys on Cover Crops and Soybean Production

Matt Ruark, Dept. of Soil Science, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison & Univ. of Wisconsin-Extension The North Central Soybean Research Program (NCSRP) has recently funded an eight-state study to identify and prioritize future research needs on the use of cover crops in … Continue reading

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Cover crop webinar series

Matt Ruark, Department of Soil Science, UW-Madison and UW-Extension Cover crops are an important tool for Wisconsin farmers to prevent erosion, conserve plant nutrients, and to improve the soil condition. However, there are many aspects of cover crop management that … Continue reading

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2013 Wisconsin Crop Management Conference and Tradeshow

2013 Wisconsin Crop Management Conference and Tradeshow Matt Ruark, Extension Soil Scientist The agenda has been finalized, so it’s time to mark your calendars for the 2013 Wisconsin Crop Management Conference and Tradeshow, January 15 -17. We look forward to … Continue reading

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Diagnosing nutrient deficiencies in vegetable crops

Diagnosing nutrient deficiencies in vegetable crops Matt Ruark, Extension Soil Scientist Diagnosing nutrient deficiency symptoms in vegetables can be a challenge. They may be crops or plants with which we have little experience working with or the symptoms may not … Continue reading

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Considerations for late season UAN applications Matt Ruark, Extension Soil Scientist When deciding to make any late-season, rescue application of nitrogen (N), you will need to evaluate your N management program relative to the potential for N losses. Heavy rainfalls … Continue reading

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Influence of crop rotation and nitrogen fertilizer on oat yield

Influence of crop rotation and nitrogen fertilizer on oat yield Matt Ruark, Dept. of Soil Science, Tim Wood, Lancaster Agricultural Research Station Current UWEX nitrogen (N) application guidelines for oats are 40 lb/ac for soils with 2 to 10% organic … Continue reading

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Field-Scale Evaluation of Sweet Corn Response to Nitrogen Fertilizer Application Rates on Wisconsin’s Central Sands: Results After Two Years of Data Collection

Field-Scale Evaluation of Sweet Corn Response to Nitrogen Fertilizer Application Rates on Wisconsin’s Central Sands: Results After Two Years of Data Collection By Ken Schroeder, Matt Ruark, and Don Genrich Wisconsin ranks second in the nation for production of sweet … Continue reading

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