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2002 Minnesota Crop News Archive
Fertilizer Recommendations Based on Research Improve the Bottom Line
Managing Weed Escapes in Roundup Ready
Soil Nitrate: Fall 2002
Soybean Phosphorus Rate Study 2002 at Crookston
Soil Test Reports: What's Important? What's Not?
Can Subsoiling Increase Crop Yields in Minnesota?
Consider Cutting Alfalfa in October
Considerations for Fall Nitrogen - 2002
What to do about sprout damaged wheat and barley
Conservation Tillage Deserves a New Look
Aster Yellows in Hard Spring Wheat
Early Season Soybean Aphid Scouting
Leaf Rust found in the Red River Valley
Replanting Decisions for Fields Intended for Sugarbeets Next Year
Yellow Wheat and Barley
Websites Have Daily Information For Irrigators
Flooded Fields and Soybean Survival
Watch for Apothecia (Mushroom Bodies) of Sclerotinia
Weed Control in Drought Stressed Spring Wheat and Barley
Heat Canker and Frost Damage in Small Grains
Weeds with Fernlike Leaf Structure
Sclerotinia Risk Map for Canola
Evaluating Corn Stands
Should I Switch to HRSW Varieties if the Season is Delayed?
Weed Identification Available at the Dept. of Agronomy & Plant Genetics
Optimum Nitrogen Rates for Corn after Soybeans Using Farmer's Fields in Southern Minnesota
Viability of Planted Seed and Replanting Decisions
Storage of Seed Treated with Seed Treatments
Intensive Wheat Management and Split Application of Nitrogen
Corn Stand Issues for 2002
Corn Maturities for Late-May Planted Corn
Identifying Nutrient Deficiencies in Corn in Minnesota
Potassium Fertilization and Calcium in Alfalfa Tissue
Soil Compaction: What Can You Do?
Iron Chlorosis Update
The Value of Gypsum
Orthophosphate and Polyphosphate: Is There a Difference?
A Sulfur Update
Evaluation of Copper for Production of Hard Red Spring Wheat
Liming Soils for Soybean Production when Soils are Formed from Glacial Till
Corn Yields - Potsdam N Validation Trial
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