Crop rotation, double cropping, global positioning systems and remote systems
Cultivar trials, variety protection and genetic information, individual variety descriptions.
Irrigation, drainage, crop progress and soil conditions
Nutrient management, manure management, nutrient deficiency symptoms
General guidelines, delayed seeding, replant decisions
Emergence and stand establishment, growth and development, weather and crop damage
Using pesticides, weed management, disease management, insect management
Small grains harvest, grain drying and storage, grain sampling and grading
Farm business management, grain marketing, risk management
Cultivar selection, best practices, risk management
- 10/1 Assessing your Need for Sulfur Application in Corn
It is important to understand where sulfur that is utilized for crops comes from in order to determine where to best target fertilizer application. In Minnesota, sulfur was not recommended ...
- 9/29 Soybean Stem Diseases - Knowing What You May be Seeing in the Fields
By Dean Malvick Given that the leaves on most of the soybean crop in Minnesota have turned color or dropped due to maturity or frost, symptoms of stem disease ...
- 9/29 Is it Time to Evaluate Your Starter Fertilizer Program?
Utilization of liquid fertilizer sources placed directly on the seed at planting has become commonplace in many areas of Minnesota. However, low corn prices as well as challenging planting conditions ...
- 9/26 Diseases In The Soybean Fields: What Has Been Happening In Minnesota in 2014?
Dean MalvickSoybean crop conditions have been highly variable across Minnesota, as has been the soybean disease situation. Rhizoctonia root and stem rot was widespread in June and early July. ...
- 9/25 Should you skip the Bt traits in your 2015 corn crop to cut production costs?
For many farmers, the economics of corn production have shifted from maximizing profit to minimizing losses per acre. Many are understandably trying to find ways to cut input ...