How An MSU Alum Is Helping California Navigate Its Water Crisis Dec 23, 2022

    🕔Dec 23, 2022
    Under normal circumstances, feeding a nation and supplying 40 million people with water is challenging enough, but California is currently in one of the longest and most severe droughts in […]

    Michigan Soybeans: Reconditioning Overly Dry Crops Is Profitable but Risky Oct 28, 2022

    🕔Oct 28, 2022
    Due to the warm and dry fall weather conditions, many Michigan producers harvested overly dry soybeans (8 to 10% moisture) and are storing them on the farm. These producers will […]

    Michigan: Suspect Herbicide Resistance? Submit Weed Seeds for Screening Oct 22, 2022

    🕔Oct 22, 2022
    As we begin to prepare for fall harvests and make plans for the next year, consider any weeds that have escaped control with herbicides. If you are seeing survival in weeds […]

    Michigan: Reducing Spread of Herbicide-Resistant Weed Seed During Harvest, Tillage Operations Sep 26, 2022

    🕔Sep 26, 2022
    Herbicide-resistant weeds including horseweed (marestail), waterhemp, and Palmer amaranth are spreading across Michigan, leading to increased weed control costs and reductions in soybean yield. Because of this, producers need to […]

    Michigan Soybeans: Consider Harvesting Earlier to Manage Risk, Improve Net Income Sep 26, 2022

    🕔Sep 26, 2022
    Soybean producers often wait to begin harvesting until the moisture level of the beans in the field has dropped to or below 13%. While these first fields may be harvested […]

    Michigan Soybeans: Overcoming Harvest Challenges – Lodging and Green Stems Sep 26, 2022

    🕔Sep 26, 2022
    Due to the variable rainfall patterns that occurred across Michigan this summer, some soybean producers will likely face harvest challenges. The two most likely scenarios are lodging and green stems. […]

    Michigan: Start Planning Next Year’s Nutrient Needs Now Sep 21, 2022

    🕔Sep 21, 2022
    As fall season approaches, producers across all farms are beginning to look at 2023’s profit potential. One key ingredient to a profitable year is how much your farm’s nutrient management […]

    Michigan Soybeans: Harvest Equipment Field Day, Allegan, Sept. 15 Aug 18, 2022

    🕔Aug 18, 2022
    On average, soybean producers lose 1 to 2 bushels per acre during soybean harvest. Given the projected soybean market price for the 2022-2023 marketing year, this translates to $14.40 to […]

    Michigan Corn: Mid-Season Tar Spot Management Considerations Aug 11, 2022

    🕔Aug 11, 2022
    What is tar spot? Tar spot is a disease of corn that was first found in Michigan in 2016. Tar spot is caused by Phyllachora maydis, a fungus that infects the […]

    Midwest Mechanical Weed Control Field Day, Benton Harbor, MI, Sept. 14 Aug 11, 2022

    🕔Aug 11, 2022
    The Midwest Mechanical Weed Control Field Day is the nation’s largest field day focused on mechanical weed control. The Land Connection is partnering with Michigan State University Extension to host the event Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022, […]


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