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Each year the Wisconsin Field Crops Pathology Program conducts a wide array of fungicide and disease management tests on alfalfa, corn, soybeans, and wheat. These tests help inform researchers, practitioners, and farmers about the efficacy …January 14, 2022
Shawn Conley, State Soybean and Small Grains Specialist Goal: To compare yield and profitability of your current soybean cropping systems with AI recommended systems on your farm. Identification of optimum cropping systems at the field …January 14, 2022
Shawn P. Conley, Soybean and Wheat Extension Specialist, University of Wisconsin IN A BEAN POD: Soybean A.I.-based cropping systems were, in general, successful in increasing yield and profit compared to typical systems Across all locations, …January 13, 2022
2022 Agronomy Update Virtual Meetings Dates and Times: Tuesday, January 4, 9:00 am to 11:50 am Thursday, January 6, 1:00 pm to 3:50 pm Registration Link: https://go.wisc.edu/aqnh77 The 2022 Agronomy Update Meetings will be virtual …December 16, 2021
Bryan Jensen, Dept. of Entomology, UW-Madison In case you haven’t heard, the Wisconsin State (local board) Certified Crop Advisor’s exam in now available for continuous testing. Meaning, you can schedule your exam at your convenience …December 16, 2021
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