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December 05, 2022 is the deadline to register for the 2022 Badger Crops and Soils Update Meeting. This year’s program will be focused on the theme of “Achieving a Positive Return on Investment in an …November 18, 2022
Please click to view: The 2022 UW Soybean Variety Performance Trials On this page you can select PDF or Excel format. The Wisconsin Soybean Performance Trials are conducted each year with the producer’s needs in …November 18, 2022
Registration is open for the Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference on December 13. New for the winter of 2022, the Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference will bridge the gap between the Wisconsin DATCP Producer-led workshop and the …November 18, 2022
Achieving a Positive Return on Investment in an Era of Tight Margins (a.k.a Small steps, Big change) The annual UW Agronomy, Pest Management and Soil, Water, and Nutrient Management meetings are moving to a new …October 28, 2022
Need help with nutrient management this season? To assist your efforts, the NPM Program and DATCP will have a team member on-call daily during the planning season. For each week, they will have SnapPlus open, ready …October 28, 2022
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