Winchester AgBreakfast Meeting Notes – May 10, 2016

Cereal Growth Stages Pub 811

OMAFRA Field Crop Report – May 11, 2016

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Exeter Agribusiness Mintutes

Mt Forest Agbusiness Meeting

Field Crop Report – May 4th, 2016

early planted wheat

Winchester AgBreakfast Minutes – April 26, 2016

Maximum Safe Rate Fertilizer

FIELD CROP REPORT – APRIL 27th, 2016

Dust escaping vacuum planter manifolds contribute to more than 92% of neonic residues during corn planting

Exeter Agribusiness Minutes

Great Time to Scout for Wireworms and Grubs

Wireworms versus millipedes

Annual rye-grass and clover sensitivity to soil applied corn herbicides

Corn shown in October with a inter-seeded annual rye-grass and crimson clover that was seeded at the 7-8 leaf over stage of corn

What Growers Can Do to Mitigate Dust Drift at Planting

Photo taken on March 30, 2016. Red maple trees were swarming with bees that were foraging on the flowers. Bees not only forage on low lying blooming weeds and shrubs but also  flowering trees like this maples and willows during planting. Photo credit: Gabriel Forero, UGRC

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Course for Corn and Soybeans

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