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October 2007


(30 Oct)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Frost Damage and Prussic Acid Poisoning
  • Potential Testing for Prussic Acid Content in Forages
  • Harvest Delay Impacts Corn Performance
  • Fall Slug Sampling
(29 Oct)
Corn Prices at Marketing Year High
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(28 Oct)
Soil Compaction Management at Harvest
Jodi DeJong-Hughes, Univ. of Minnesota
(28 Oct)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
  • Confronting Harvest Ruts and Erosion Gullies
  • Fall Testing for Soybean Cyst Nematode Offers Benefits; Free Tests
  • Delay Anhydrous until Temperature Drops
  • NRCS Offers Aid for Transition to Organic Production
(23 Oct)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • The Status of Ohio Winter Wheat - Should We be Concern about the Lush Growth?
  • Transgenic Corn and Refuges
  • Correcting 2006 Compaction Problems
  • Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan Provider Workshop
  • The National No-Till Conference
  • New Field Crop Entomologist on Board
(17 Oct)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • National Glyphosate Stewardship Forum II Report
  • Purchasing Forage Seeds for Next Year
  • Market Outlook
  • How to Increase Organic Matter Content
  • Hybrid Selection Considerations
(16 Oct)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • More on Soybean Green Stem
  • Wheat, Aphids, and Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (BYDV)
  • Phosphorus and Potash Recommendations for Corn and Soybeans
  • Fall Applied Nitrogen for Corn Production
  • Fall Cutting of Alfalfa
  • Odds and Ends on Fall Herbicide Treatments
  • Nutrient Value of Manure
  • Managing the value of Manure
  • Western Corn Rootworm Recommendations for 2008
  • Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan Provider Workshop
(16 Oct)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
  • Select Corn Seed For Disease Management
  • Understanding Bt Hybrids & Their IRM Programs
  • Why Comply with IRM?
  • Farm-Saved Seed: Will It Cost You The Farm Or Save You Money
  • Selecting a Disease-Resistant Soybean Variety
  • Determining When to Order Soybean Seed Treatment
  • Recommendations for Selecting Grain Sorghum Hybrids
  • Examining Four Options for Adding a Bin Fan
  • Soybean Rust Found in Additional Counties
  • Preserving Alfalfa Winter Hardiness and Getting a Harvest
  • How Rain Reduces Feeding Value of Stalks
  • Revitalizing Warm-Season Pastures
  • University Research Looks at the Effect of One-time Tillage on No-Till
(15 Oct)
Corn Exports Could Be Record Large
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(12 Oct)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Wheat, Aphids, Disease, and a Warm Fall
  • Stored Grain Pest Management
  • Identification of Six Alternative Winter Annual Weed Hosts for Soybean Cyst Nematode
  • Weed Science Surveys IV: Field Surveys
  • Soybean Rust Wrap-up
  • 2007 Ear Rot
(12 Oct)
Missouri Integrated Pest & Crop Management Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Missouri
  • Soybean Rust Sentinel Plot Monitoring As of October 9, 2007
  • Aeration Dynamics - Cooling for Long-term Grain Storage
  • Cotton Producers, Prepare Now for Your 2008 Crop
  • Insect Monitoring Highlights: 2007 Season
  • Automatic Aeration Assistance by E-mail
(12 Oct)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Wisconsin
  • 2007 Soil, Water, and Nutrient Management Meetings
  • New Version of Snap-Plus is Available
  • Fall Alfalfa Removal Using Herbicides
  • Request for Yield Information from Corn Treated with Foliar Fungicides
  • Check Combine Settings and Scout Fields Prior to Soybean Harvest
  • Wheat following soybean, corn, and wheat?
(9 Oct)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Soybean Aphid Update
  • Western Corn Rootworm Variant Sampling
  • Another Late Season Rust Find in Nebraska
  • Think About Your Water Management Needs Now!
(8 Oct)
What Will Be the Supply Response to High Wheat Prices?
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(5 Oct)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • The ABC’s of Fall Herbicide Treatments
  • Video on Sampling for the Late Season Cornstalk Nitrate Test Now Available
  • Corn Yield Calculation Issues
  • Testing for Soil Organic Matter
  • Reducing the Potential for Prussic Acid Poisoning
(5 Oct)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
  • Soybean rust found in an Iowa field
  • Sample fields this fall for SCN to figure out 2007 or plan for 2008
  • How do uncertain prices influence phosphorus and potassium fertilization this fall?
  • Conservation systems: Challenges and benefits
  • 2007 Integrated Crop Management Conference and Agribusiness Expo
(5 Oct)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
  • Early Information About the 60th Illinois Crop Protection Technology Conference, January 9 and 10, 2008
  • Corn Rootworms and Bt Corn: Assessing the Impact, Managing the Pest
  • Bt Corn + Soil Insecticide: What?
  • Caterpillars That Worked Over Corn Late in the Season (and Some That Didn't)
  • Whiteflies in Soybeans in 2007
  • On-Farm Corn Nitrogen Rate Studies: Looking for Cooperators for 2008
  • Fall Nitrogen Applications
  • What Is the Nutrient Value of Corn Stover Removal?
(1 Oct)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Stalk and Root Rot Problems in Corn
  • Soybean Yellow Stem
  • Nutrient Value of Corn Stover
  • Soybean Rust - It's Moving to the North
 

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