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April 1998

Late Tillage and Large Weeds
Mark Loux, Ohio State Univ.
Optimal Seeding Rates for Corn
Peter Thomison, Ohio State Univ.
The Planting Date Paradox
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
Pythium Seedling Blight of Corn and Soybeans
H. Walker Kirby,Univ. of Illinois.
Multi-State Weed Control Ratings
Aaron Hager and Marshal McGlamery, Univ. of Illinois.
Thinking About Trapping Corn Rootworm Adults in Soybeans This Summer?
Kevin Steffey, Univ. of Illinois
Acrobat PDF fileEconomics of Variable Rate Planting by Yield Potential Zones
(in PURDUE AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS REPORT, May 1998, pp. 6-7)
Jess Lowenberg-DeBoer, Purdue Univ.
Planter Issues Relative to Unusually Small Seed Corn
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
Knockdown of Existing Vegetation in No-Tillage Systems
Marshal McGlamery and Aaron Hager,Univ. of Illinois.
Bt-Corn and Livestock
Kevin Steffey, Univ. of Illinois
Use of Soil Insecticide: Increasing the Odds for Performance
Mike Gray and Kevin Steffey, Univ. of Illinois
Corn Flea Beetles: Watch Out for These Insects This Spring
Mike Gray, Univ. of Illinois
Fungicides for Gray Leaf Spot
Paul Vincelli, Univ. of Kentucky
Farm Dealers At Odds On New Technologies, Study Shows
via Purdue Univ/Ohio State Univ Ag Answers
Planting date and soybean diseases
XB Yang, Iowa State University
Plant soybeans before mid-May
Keith Whigham, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.
Planting early for optimum yields
Dale E. Farnham, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.
Early Planted Soybeans and Bean Leaf Beetle
Curtis Young, Ohio State Univ.
European Corn Borer and BT Corn
Curtis Young, Ohio State Univ.
Some Reminders on No-Till Burn Down
Mark Loux, Ohio State Univ.
Ryegrass in No-Till Corn
James R. Martin, Univ. of Kentucky
Nobody Knows the Troubles I've Seen...
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
Corn Herbicide/Insecticide Precautions
Aaron Hager (hagera@idea. ag.uiuc.edu) and Marshal McGlamery (mmcglame@uiuc.edu), Extension Weed Science, (217)333-4424. Univ. of Illinois.
Calibration of Planters for the Delivery of Soil Insecticides
Mike Gray (m-gray4@uiuc.edu), Extension Entomology, (217)333-6652; Univ. of Illinois
Discovering White Grubs During Spring Tillage Operations
Mike Gray (m-gray4@uiuc.edu), Extension Entomology, (217)333-6652; Univ. of Illinois
Precision Agriculture Information
Special edition of Iowa State's Integrated Crop Management Newsletter.
Application timing of preemergence herbicides
Bob Hartzler and Mike Owen, Department of Agronomy Iowa State University.
Soybean Seed Treatments
X.B. Yang, Department of Plant Pathology, Iowa State University.
Starter Fertilizer with Seed - Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations
Ohio State Univ.
Tips for Improving Stand Uniformity in Corn - Planter Maintenance
Peter Thomison, Ohio State Univ.
How Early Should We Plant Corn?
Emerson Nafziger, (ednaf@uiuc.edu), Crop Sciences, (217)333-4424; Univ. of Illinois
Rodent Control in Corn
Kevin Steffey (ksteffey@uiuc.edu), Extension Entomology, (217)333-6652; Univ. of Illinois
Pherocon AM Traps for Western Corn Rootworms: How Can I Order Them?
Mike Gray (m-gray4@uiuc.edu), Extension Entomology, (217)333-6652; Univ. of Illinois
Insecticide Guarantees: Who Benefits the Most by Marketing Ploys?
Mike Gray (m-gray4@uiuc.edu), Extension Entomology, (217)333-6652; Univ. of Illinois
Stewardship of Bt Corn
Mike Gray (m-gray4@uiuc.edu) and Kevin Steffey (ksteffey@uiuc.edu), Extension Entomology, (217)333-6652; Univ. of Illinois
Intense Black Cutworm Moth Capture Reported
Mike Gray (m-gray4@uiuc.edu) and Kevin Steffey (ksteffey@uiuc.edu), Extension Entomology, (217)333-6652; Univ. of Illinois
Controlling Wheat Before No-Till Corn
James R. Martin, Univ. of Kentucky
Don't Slow Down in Cool Weather: A Cutworm Update
Ric Bessin, Univ. of Kentucky
The Latest Chapter and Verse on the Indiana Wheat Crop (April 1)
Chuck Mansfield & Ellsworth Christmas, Purdue Univ.
Amisorb: A little bit of information…
Sylvie Brouder, Purdue Univ.
Consider Gray Leaf Spot if Planting Corn into Cold-Injured Wheat Fields
Paul Vincelli, Univ. of Kentucky
Increased Doublecrop Soybean Yields May Be Possible
Don Hershman, Univ. of Kentucky
Does Seed Corn Size Affect Hybrid Performance?
Peter Thomison, Ohio State Univ.
First Year Corn Rootworm Survey in Ohio for 1998
Curtis Young, Ohio State Univ.
More on Soybean Seed Treatments
Anne Dorrance and Pat Lipps, Ohio State Univ.

 

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Ag Answers Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Disease Alerts Purdue Plant Pest & Disease Laboratory
Indiana Crop & Weather Report

Also take a look at...

Purdue Agronomy On-Line!
The WWW home of Purdue's Agronomy Department
Purdue University Agronomy Extension
The Corn Growers Guidebook
A WWW resource for corn management systems throughout North America.
Agronomic Links Across the Globe
A list of agronomic Internet offerings collected from across the U.S. and throughout the world.

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