Wisconsin Vegetable Update will have Spanish versions Amanda J. Gevens, Extension Plant Pathologist in Potatoes & Vegetables A Spanish version of the Vegetable Update newsletter will be available at my website and the new UW Vegetable Team website approximately 2 days … Continue reading
NPM on internet event UW-Right-Now Roger Schmidt, NPM and IPM technology specialist UW-Madison’s communications office setup a multimedia internet project to chronicle “24 hours of UW-Madison life” via Twitter, messages, pictures, and short videos. A special Twitter hashtag called #UWRightNow … Continue reading
Vegetable Crop Update 4/16/12 The fourth issue of the vegetable crop update is now available. To access this issue click below.
The National Soybean Sustainability Initiative Online Survey Tool Shawn Conley, Vince David, Carrie Laboski, Paul Mitchell, Paul Esker, Jed Colquhoun, AJ Bussan, Jeff Wyman and Deana Knuteson Soybean production is a critically important component of US agriculture both domestically and … Continue reading
The Wisconsin Pest Bulletin from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection provides pest population estimates, pest distribution and development data, pest survey and inspection results, alerts to new pest finds in the state, and forecasts for Wisconsin’s … Continue reading
The third issue of the vegetable crop update is now available. Click below to read the issue.
Click below to view the Wisconsin Crop Manager for March 22, 2012
WSMB Offers Enhanced Nematode Testing Program for 2012 Shawn Conley, WI State Soybean and Wheat Extension Specialist Four out of every five animals on earth today is a nematode so it is not surprising that agricultural fields are home to many … Continue reading
Access a Wealth of Crop Management Info Courtesy of the Soybean Checkoff Paul Esker, Professor; Escuela de Agronomía; Universidad de Costa Rica NOTE: THIS OFFER IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE! As part of its tech transfer efforts, the United Soybean Board … Continue reading
Patience When Thinking about Planting Corn this Year Joe Lauer, Corn Agronomist The weather this year has many farmers and agronomists wondering, “What if?” What if I had planted in March? What if I plant before crop insurance kicks in … Continue reading