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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Bryan Jensen, UW Department of Entomology and Division of Extension I have been getting a few questions regarding late plantings and what we might or might not see from insects. Although I will provide a …June 17, 2019
AMANDA GEVENS, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR & EXTENSION SPECIALIST, POTATO & VEGETABLE PATHOLOGY, PLANT PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT Update 8- June 17, 2019 In this issue the UW-Madison Division of Extension Vegetable Crop Updates Newsletter #8: Vegetable insect pest …June 17, 2019
Paul D. Mitchell, Extension State Specialist in Cropping Systems and Environmental Management, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics As many Wisconsin farmers are taking prevented plant payments for their insured corn or soybeans acres, they …June 14, 2019
In collaboration with Nick Baker (UW-Extension Agricultural Agent in Rock County, WI), we are pleased to announce our 1st WiscWeeds Giant Ragweed Management Challenge Plot Tour (June 26, 2019 at Rock County Farm, Janesville, WI)! Giant ragweed was …June 14, 2019
Article written by Shawn P. Conley, Joe Lauer and Paul Mitchell Today Joe Lauer and myself had the opportunity to travel to Door County and participate in an Extension meeting hosted by Annie Deutsch, Jamie Patton …June 14, 2019
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