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  • Fall Weed Management Tips

    Many farmers have witnessed the value in applying herbicides in the fall to perennial weeds, especially perennial sow-thistle and dandelion (Figure 1). Often they will see a reduction in their population the next year as well as a delay in their shoot emergence. This allows the planted crop to have a competitive advantage over those […]

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  • 8 Tips for evaluating corn hybrid demonstration plots

    This is the time of year when many farmers visit and evaluate hybrid demonstration plots planted by seed companies and county Extension personnel, among others. When evaluating these plots, it’s important to keep in mind their relative value and limitations. Demonstration plots can be useful in providing information on certain hybrid traits that are usually […]

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  • Farming Adaptations Needed To Combat Climate Change To Impact Crop Yields In 2050

    Sorghum is a staple food crop in West African countries whose crop yields already suffer from long droughts and unpredictable rainfall. Using heat-tolerant varieties of sorghum as a new management practice shows the most potential as an adaptation for maintaining crop yield as global warming raises the temperatures in West Africa. This study’s unique framework […]

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  • Keep It Simple When Trying Cover Crops

    In Minnesota, small grain harvest is complete and sugar beet, sweet corn, corn silage, and pea harvest is well underway. With these early harvested crops, producers have an opportunity to consider planting a cover crop this fall, a practice that has many benefits. This may be a particularly good year to try cover crops, since […]

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  • Fall Weed Management Tips

    Many farmers have witnessed the value in applying herbicides in the fall to perennial weeds, especially perennial sow-thistle and dandelion (Figure 1). Often they will see a reduction in their population the next year as well as a delay in their shoot emergence. This allows the planted crop to have a competitive advantage over those […]

  • 8 Tips for evaluating corn hybrid demonstration plots

    This is the time of year when many farmers visit and evaluate hybrid demonstration plots planted by seed companies and county Extension personnel, among others. When evaluating these plots, it’s important to keep in mind their relative value and limitations. Demonstration plots can be useful in providing information on certain hybrid traits that are usually […]

  • Farming Adaptations Needed To Combat Climate Change To Impact Crop Yields In 2050

    Sorghum is a staple food crop in West African countries whose crop yields already suffer from long droughts and unpredictable rainfall. Using heat-tolerant varieties of sorghum as a new management practice shows the most potential as an adaptation for maintaining crop yield as global warming raises the temperatures in West Africa. This study’s unique framework […]

  • Keep It Simple When Trying Cover Crops

    In Minnesota, small grain harvest is complete and sugar beet, sweet corn, corn silage, and pea harvest is well underway. With these early harvested crops, producers have an opportunity to consider planting a cover crop this fall, a practice that has many benefits. This may be a particularly good year to try cover crops, since […]

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