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The annual UW Badger Crops & Soils Update meetings will be offered in 4 one-day in person sessions along with 1 virtual session this year. 11/27: Barneveld, Deer Valley Lodge11/28: Fond du Lac, UW–Oshkosh, Fond …October 13, 2023
Using Spring Oats as a Late Season Cover Crop or for Forage. Damon and Kevin discuss options for a late season planting of oats after winter wheat. Excerpt: This field had wheat harvested, winter wheat …October 13, 2023
There are a lot of weedy soybean fields across Wisconsin this year and the dry conditions are the major culprit. A lack of precipitation reduced the effectiveness of many residual herbicides and drought-affected soybeans were …October 13, 2023
Mark your calendars for the new Wisconsin Water and Soil Health Conference WWASH set to be held December 7-8 MADISON, WI – Farmers and other agriculture professionals from around the state of Wisconsin are invited …October 12, 2023
Amanda Gevens, Professor & Extension Specialist, Plant Pathology Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison A Newsletter for Commercial Potato and Vegetable Growers Prepared by the University of Wisconsin Madison Vegetable Research and Extension Specialists UW-Madison Division of …October 12, 2023
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