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The NPM Program and UW-Madison Dept. of Soil Science Professor Carrie Laboski have recently completed a new publication on Wisconsin’s two soil nitrate tests. Soil Nitrate Tests for Corn Production in Wisconsin: Preplant and Pre-Sidedress …May 6, 2021
In this “Bumper Crops” episode the current topics around herbicide-resistant weeds in Wisconsin field crops are discuss by Damon Smith, Extension Specialist, Field Crops Pathology, and Rodrigo Werle, Extension Weed Specialist. In this “Bumper …May 6, 2021
Damon L. Smith, Extension Field Crops Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison View this complete article on BadgerCropDoc.com blog site. Summary: With high commodity prices this spring and some freeze events affecting alfalfa …May 6, 2021
Paul D. Mitchell, Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics, UW-Madison The 2020 Custom Rate Guide is published. This was joint work among people from USDA-NASS, DATCP and UW, with Brian Luck and I the specialist leads. The survey was conducted …April 29, 2021
The Nutrient & Pest Management (NPM) Program of the UW-Madison College of Agricultural & Life Sciences and Division of Extension is currently recruiting candidates for two positions: a North Central Wisconsin Outreach Specialist and a …April 29, 2021
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