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  • Repairing Harvest Ruts This Spring

    I’ve seen more fields with harvest ruts this year than I usually do. There were several weather-related factors that contributed to this situation. The wet spring led to planting delays, delaying crop maturity. However, the biggest factor was the green stems that were prevalent throughout much of Michigan. The green stems were a physiological response […]

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  • Corn Nematodes: Silent Yield Thieves

    Corn nematodes in Alabama are a problem many growers are not aware of. The nematodes feed on roots, and cause symptoms similar to those of soil fertility disorders. Alabama Cooperative Extension System Entomologist and Plant Pathologist, Dr. Austin Hagan, said nematodes can cause slow corn seedling growth and plant discoloration. “We have problems with nematodes […]

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  • Tips to growing great strawberries

    There’s no doubt Californians have a love affair with strawberries. The delicious berry is the state’s fifth most valuable crop, and California farmers are responsible for about 80 percent of all the strawberries grown in the nation. The home gardener loves them, too, and because of our climate and the variety of berries available, we […]

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  • How to manage septoria disease in wheat

    That makes attention to detail more important than product choice, he believes. “We have the tools to manage septoria, even though the disease is mutating. “But getting behind with spraying is the worst thing you can do. It’s better to be a day or two early than a day or two late.” Spray timings T0 […]

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  • Repairing Harvest Ruts This Spring

    I’ve seen more fields with harvest ruts this year than I usually do. There were several weather-related factors that contributed to this situation. The wet spring led to planting delays, delaying crop maturity. However, the biggest factor was the green stems that were prevalent throughout much of Michigan. The green stems were a physiological response […]

  • Corn Nematodes: Silent Yield Thieves

    Corn nematodes in Alabama are a problem many growers are not aware of. The nematodes feed on roots, and cause symptoms similar to those of soil fertility disorders. Alabama Cooperative Extension System Entomologist and Plant Pathologist, Dr. Austin Hagan, said nematodes can cause slow corn seedling growth and plant discoloration. “We have problems with nematodes […]

  • Tips to growing great strawberries

    There’s no doubt Californians have a love affair with strawberries. The delicious berry is the state’s fifth most valuable crop, and California farmers are responsible for about 80 percent of all the strawberries grown in the nation. The home gardener loves them, too, and because of our climate and the variety of berries available, we […]

  • How to manage septoria disease in wheat

    That makes attention to detail more important than product choice, he believes. “We have the tools to manage septoria, even though the disease is mutating. “But getting behind with spraying is the worst thing you can do. It’s better to be a day or two early than a day or two late.” Spray timings T0 […]

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