Recent Rotation Extension Articles:
Vyn, Tony J. 2006. Meeting the Ethanol Demand: Consequences and Compromises Associated with more Corn on Corn in Indiana. Purdue Extension 1D-336.
Consider Risks When Altering Crop Rotations to Avoid Soybean Rust
Rethinking Rotations : Less Soybean and More Corn in the Corn-Belt?
Vyn, Tony J. 2004. Pages 7-9 in Pest and Crop Newsletter No. 26 (Oct. 22,
2004), Purdue University.
Rotation Considerations When Planting is Delayed
Seven Agronomic Reasons Not to Switch from Corn to Soybeans (2002)
Agronomic Reasons Abound for Not Shucking Corn (2002)
Crops Stressed Out by Infrequent and Inadequate Rain (2002)
Keep on Planting For Now Says Purdue Agronomist (2002)
Too Wet to Plant Corn, Then Play by the Rules (2002)
Fertilizing Corn Can Wait, Planting Crop Can't (2002)
Specialist: Eastern Belt Corn Producers to be Sidedressing (2002)
Sidedressing Anhydrous May be Best Route This Year, Says Purdue Expert (2002)
Winter Wheat Decisions
2001. 1. Rotation benefits resulting from winter wheat. Vyn, Tony J. 2001.
Purdue Crop Pest Newsletter, Aug. 31.
Soybeans After Soybeans in 2001 (04-13-01)
Wheat and Red Clover Increases Corn Yield (1998)
A Good Crop Rotation (1998)
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