Corn: Tar Spot Ratings Aid Hybrid Selection – DTN Mar 22, 2022

    🕔Mar 22, 2022
    Tar spot is top of mind for many corn growers heading into spring planting, and seed companies are increasingly providing information about what hybrids can better tolerate the relatively new […]

    Midwest Corn: Watch for Tar Spot in 2022 – DTN Feb 4, 2022

    🕔Feb 4, 2022
    Tar spot could threaten corn this growing season just like it did in 2021. Damon Smith, a University of Wisconsin associate professor and plant pathologist, delivered the prediction recently at […]

    Wisconsin: ‘App’-riculture – Making Smartphone Apps to Aid Farmers Sep 25, 2019

    🕔Sep 25, 2019
    Mike Cerny has been farming long enough to have a reliable intuition when it comes to decisions about applying chemical protection to his crops. So it came as a surprise to […]

    Wisconsin Soybeans: Building Resistance to Stem Rot, Drought Apr 24, 2019

    🕔Apr 24, 2019
    If there’s anything that could be called the archenemy of Midwestern soybean producers, it just might be Sclerotinia stem rot. Once thought of as only a sporadic problem in the […]

    Soybeans: How to Make Up for Poor Quality Seed? Feb 20, 2019

    🕔Feb 20, 2019
    Seed quality from the 2018 soybean harvest was below average across the majority of the soybean-producing areas of the United States. Several factors led to poor-quality soybean seed, but some […]

    Soybeans: New App Helps Manage White Mold – Podcast Jun 4, 2018

    🕔Jun 4, 2018
    TRANSCRIPT Lorre Kolb: Using technology to manage white mold in soybeans. We’re visiting today with Damon Smith, Extension Field Crops Plant Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison/Extension in […]


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