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2017 Wheat Freeze Damage

Tuesday , March 21 , 2017 Recent cold temperatures across the US have generated much concern and discussion about the potential damaging effects to the wheat crop. Careful evaluation can help determine the extent of the damage. Read More...

2017 Goss's Wilt Bulletin

Thursday , January 12 , 2017 There are no in-season control options available to the grower. Foliar fungicides are not effective in the control of this disease. Best defense against Goss’s Wilt is to plant corn hybrids with high levels of tolerance, but Hybrids only have limited tolerance. Read More...

Agronomy Bulletin - Southern Rust in Corn

Friday , July 31 , 2015 Southern Corn Rust confirmed in cornfields in Kansas and Nebraska. Read More...

Pythium and Rhizoctonia in Soybean Seedlings

Thursday , May 14 , 2015 With soybean planting completed in some regions, seedlings are emerging in early planted soybean fields. Read More...

Dampening off in cornfields

Thursday , May 14 , 2015 In this past week, there have been several fields that I have looked at where plants are stunted and dying from Fusarium and/or Pythium root rot. Read More...

Common Early Season Ailments of Corn

Tuesday , May 12 , 2015 Cool and wet conditions can be described as temperatures below 50 degrees F and soils unfit for field work. Read More...

2015 Replant Decisions Corn & Soybeans

Tuesday , May 12 , 2015 Now is the time when producers should be out in their fields assessing stands to determine if replanting is necessary. Read More...

Understanding Early Season Frost Damage

Tuesday , May 12 , 2015 The first step in determining frost and freeze damage is to understand the temperatures at which damage occurs and how the extremes of temperature and duration can affect crops. Read More...

Assessing Hail Damage

Tuesday , May 12 , 2015 Each year hail damages thousands of corn acres in the western cornbelt. Read More...

Fighting Phytophthora in Soybeans

Friday , April 24 , 2015 Phytophthora root and stem rot is a common disease in soybeans. It is caused by a fungal pathogen, Phytophthora sojae (P. sojae), which is prevalent in poorly drained soils with high clay content, Ohio and eastern Indiana are known for such soils. Read More...

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