The University of Wisconsin Nutrient and Pest Management Program (NPM) and Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM)—work to bring research-based information regarding Wisconsin farm profits, water quality, pest management, pesticide use practices, and nutrient management planning to Wisconsin farmers and landowners.
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Recent WCM articles
Dr. Ann MacGuidwin- Plant Pathology Department UW Madison An accurate profile of the types and numbers of SCN is important for explaining damage to the current crop, predicting damage to future crops, and selecting appropriate …March 14, 2019
DR. JOE LAUER, UW-MADISON AGRONOMY AND UWEX STATE CORN SPECIALIST After a corn seed is planted, it is a wonder that the seed can survive and return 400 to 600 fold or more. If Wisconsin’s …March 14, 2019
DR. JOE LAUER, UW-MADISON AGRONOMY AND UWEX STATE CORN SPECIALIST Corn yields have been increasing in Wisconsin at the rate of 2 bu/A*yr (USDA-NASS) and there is no indication that corn yields are plateauing. The …March 14, 2019
The 2nd issue of the 26th volume of the Wisconsin Crop Manager. All the WCM blog articles from the past month are compiled into one PDF.February 28, 2019
Damon Smith, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison presents a short lecture about Tar Spot on Corn Symptoms, Severity, and Hybrid and Fungicide Trial Results in Wisconsin in 2018. Further reading: https://badgercropdoc.com/2018/12/19/effect-tar-spot-corn-hybrids-wisconsin-2018/ https://badgercropdoc.com/corn/February 28, 2019
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