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February 2007

(27 Feb)
Rate of Soybean Consumption Remains High
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(26 Feb)
Corn & Soybean Science Newsletter
Univ. of Kentucky
  • Johnsongrass Control Problems
  • Pastures to Corn Fertilizer Costs
  • Corn after Forage Soils and N Rates
  • Corn Seed Getting what you want, or not
(26 Feb)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
  • SCN-resistant soybean varieties: Not all are created equal
  • Soybean rust: 2006 in review and 2007 update
  • Workshop: Using living mulch systems for grain crop production
  • Soybean rust: A research update
(22 Feb)
Missouri Integrated Pest & Crop Management Newsletter
Univ. of Missouri
  • Building a Successful Forage System in Missouri
  • Winter Reality Check
  • Missouri Watershed Information Network
  • Potential For Fall-Applied Nitrogen Losses Not Eliminated By Recent Cold Snap
  • Frost-Seeding Legumes into Missouri Pastures
  • Additions to the University of Missouri Variety Testing Program Website
(21 Feb)
2007 Farm Income Forecast
USDA-Economic Research Service
(21 Feb)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Is It OK to Apply Nitrogen to Wheat Before Greenup?
  • Corn Yield Response to Tillage and Rotation on Poorly Drained Soils
  • Assessing Soil Nitrogen Availability
  • Continuous Corn Be Ready to Pay for More Nitrogen
  • Continuous Corn: Its Effect on Diseases
  • Weed Management Issues in Continuous Corn
  • Increasing Your Corn Acres with Corn Following Corn? Do Not Forget About the Insects!
  • Increasing Your Corn Acres? Use This Opportunity to Manage Soybean Cyst Nematode
  • 2007 New Herbicide Update
(16 Feb)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • Resident Canada Geese Control
  • Limestone and Gypsum
  • White Grubs in Pastures
  • Glyphosate Stewardship Publication Series Available
  • Third Annual Pennsylvania No-Till Alliance Conference
(16 Feb)
Kentucky Pest News
Univ. of Kentucky.
  • Western Bean Cutworm
(15 Feb)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
  • UNL revises nitrogen recommendation in light of improved corn prices
  • Shorter rotations can benefit alfalfa yields, following crops
  • Brown mid-rib forages offer improved digestibility
  • Selecting forages for low-water situations
(15 Feb)
Resistance Isn't the Only Way to Beat a Herbicide
Bob Hartzler, Iowa State Univ.
(12 Feb)
Architectural Plan Revealed of Doomsday Arctic Seed Vault PDF-formatted document
The Global Crop Diversity Trust News Release
(12 Feb)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
Special Issue: Corn Following Corn
  • Introduction: Corn following corn
  • Hybrid selection for corn following corn
  • Disease management in corn-following-corn fields
  • How to plant all the acres
  • Nematodes in corn production: A growing problem?
  • Increasing the frequency of corn in crop sequences: Grain yield and response to nitrogen -- a research update
  • The economics of corn on corn
  • Allelopathy: A cause for yield penalties in corn following corn?
  • The monster in Iowa corn fields
  • Tillage challenges in managing continuous corn
  • Equipment considerations for producing corn after corn
  • Western bean cutworm management in 2006
  • Weed management in continuous corn
  • Nitrogen fertilization for corn following corn
  • Potential disease problems in corn following corn
  • Ethanol demand: Growth and implications for grain producers
  • 300 bushels of corn . . . when and how?
  • Managing soybean aphids in 2007: How will biological control contribute?
(12 Feb)
Is The Soybean Market Bullet Proof?
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(12 Feb)
Wet fall leads to spring tillage dilemmas
Purdue/Ohio State AgAnswers
(8 Feb)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Key Steps for Managing the Risks of Continuous Corn
  • Fall Anhydrous Ammonia, Should You Be Concerned?
  • Approval for Agrisure CB/LL/RW
  • Regional Agronomy Offerings Upcoming
(8 Feb)
Traits – Are They Increasing Corn Yields?
D. R. Hicks, T.R. Hoverstad, and J.L. Gunsolus, Univ. of Minnesota
(8 Feb)
The Rotation Effect For Corn Yields
D. R. Hicks and T.R. Hoverstad, Univ. of Minnesota
(3 Feb)
DTC Winter Workshops at six Indiana locations in '07
Purdue/Ohio State AgAnswers
(3 Feb)
Kentucky Pest News
Univ. of Kentucky.
  • Giving Up Corn Rotations?

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