Field Crop Report May 25, 2017

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Best Management Practices for Late Planted Soybeans

Dry Edible Bean Planting Dates

2016 May - white bean emerging (6)

Soil Compaction: Stay Off the Field Until the Soil is Ready

Stunted crop growth due to compaction (Fulton and Shearer, OSU)

New Food Safety and Traceability Online Courses!

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New, free soil health publications available to order!

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Exeter Agribusiness Minutes – May 23, 2017

Alfalfa Weevil Alert

Alfalfa weevil larva and damage. T Baute, OMAFRA

Ontario Field Crop Report – May 18, 2017

igure 1:  A wilted young corn plant damaged by black cutworm cutting the stem just below the soil surface.  Small patches are common where weeds and over-wintering cover crops are present in fields in early spring attracting egg-laying moths.

Mount Forest Ag Breakfast Meeting – May 16th, 2017

Purple deadnettle beginning to flower in April

2017 Ridgetown Ag Breakfast Meeting Minutes (May 16, 2017)

Cereal Leaf Beetle and True Armyworm – the Next Threats for Wheat and Other Crops

Cereal leaf beetle adult. J. Smith, UGRC
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