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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Damon L. Smith, Associate Professor and Extension Field Crops Pathology Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Madison Shawn P. Conley, Professor and Extension Soybean and Small Grains Agronomy Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Madison As the days get shorter and …September 18, 2019
Krista Hamilton, Entomologist, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection Update 23 – September 16, 2019 Swede midge first detections in Wis. Potato Soil Health national program updates Cucurbit downy mildew updates Late blight …September 18, 2019
Damon L. Smith, Associate Professor and Extension Field Crops Pathology Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Madison The 2019 silage corn harvest is finally starting to ramp up in Wisconsin. With the excitement of finally getting into the …September 17, 2019
Christelle Guedot, Fruit Crop Entomology and Extension Specialist, Wisconsin-Madison Fruit Program This week in fruit news: Fruit quality data Brix and TA from berries sampled from the West Madison Agricultural Research Station (WMARS) in Madison, WI, …September 17, 2019
Damon Smith, Extension Field Crops Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison Here are two videos about soybean diseases. The videos were recorded a few years ago but are still relevant. Brown Stem Rot …September 12, 2019
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