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  • Prevent Yield From Washing Away

    Diversified Crop Rotations Key to Preventing Erosion Rick Cruse is on a mission to save Iowa’s most valuable resource: its soil. Cruse, an agronomy professor at Iowa State University, has conducted erosion studies across the state and is spreading the word about soil-conservation practices. He says there are three keys to keeping soil in place. […]

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  • How Might Soybean Yield Be Affected By Hail Damage?

    In the early morning hours on Wednesday, June 22 a severe storm moved through western Illinois affecting crops throughout much of Henderson, Warren and Mercer Counties, including those at the University of Illinois’ Northwestern Illinois Agricultural Research and Demonstration Center in Monmouth.  Preliminary data collected by instruments maintained by the Illinois Climate Network at the […]

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  • Tips for Assessing Hail-Damaged Wheat

    In spite of technological advancement in crop genetics and farm equipment, crop production largely depends on the weather and weather-related stress. Hail is one weather factor that can significantly impact crop growth and development. Central South Dakota, primarily a wheat growing region received hail and high winds during the fourth week of May and also […]

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  • Using winter wheat disease ratings: it’s all about managing risks

    Resistant varieties are an excellent disease management tool  Provide more flexibility  Must be used in conjunction with fungicides  Use AHDB agronomic risk ratings to assess varieties Growing a winter wheat variety with higher disease resistance ratings brings two advantages to a farming business, believes independent wheat consultant, Bill Angus. “It provides you with both insurance […]

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  • Prevent Yield From Washing Away

    Diversified Crop Rotations Key to Preventing Erosion Rick Cruse is on a mission to save Iowa’s most valuable resource: its soil. Cruse, an agronomy professor at Iowa State University, has conducted erosion studies across the state and is spreading the word about soil-conservation practices. He says there are three keys to keeping soil in place. […]

  • How Might Soybean Yield Be Affected By Hail Damage?

    In the early morning hours on Wednesday, June 22 a severe storm moved through western Illinois affecting crops throughout much of Henderson, Warren and Mercer Counties, including those at the University of Illinois’ Northwestern Illinois Agricultural Research and Demonstration Center in Monmouth.  Preliminary data collected by instruments maintained by the Illinois Climate Network at the […]

  • Tips for Assessing Hail-Damaged Wheat

    In spite of technological advancement in crop genetics and farm equipment, crop production largely depends on the weather and weather-related stress. Hail is one weather factor that can significantly impact crop growth and development. Central South Dakota, primarily a wheat growing region received hail and high winds during the fourth week of May and also […]

  • Using winter wheat disease ratings: it’s all about managing risks

    Resistant varieties are an excellent disease management tool  Provide more flexibility  Must be used in conjunction with fungicides  Use AHDB agronomic risk ratings to assess varieties Growing a winter wheat variety with higher disease resistance ratings brings two advantages to a farming business, believes independent wheat consultant, Bill Angus. “It provides you with both insurance […]

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