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“Every agronomic decision is a good one for someone” is a quote that I saw recently that reminds us that…

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Planting-time Considerations

March rainfall in Illinois has ranged from as much as an inch below normal in the northern third of the…

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Additional Illinois-Specific Dicamba Restrictions for Applications in Soybean

The Illinois Department of Agriculture recently announced additional restrictions for dicamba applications to soybean. In addition to the requirements of…

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CropFlix 2021- Illinois’s Virtual Crop Management Conference- Launches February 1

I received a notification on my phone this past Wednesday letting me know that it was the date of the…

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2020 Applied Research Results now available

Every year, University of Illinois entomologists and plant pathologists conduct a variety of field experiments to evaluate control methods, survey…

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2021 Weed Control Guide Now Available

The 2021 Weed Control Guide for Ohio, Indiana and Illinois contains 236 pages of weed management information, including weed response…

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Make Sure You Know ALL the Changes for 2021 Dicamba Applications in Soybean

In late October 2020, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) announced new five-year registrations for the dicamba-containing products…

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Coming soon… CropFlix! Your 2021 Virtual Crop Management Conference

    Registration is now open for CropFlix, the virtual iteration of the 2021 Illinois Crop Management Conference. CropFlix will…

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Extending grazing days will keep profits within reach

Cow/calf producers can significantly reduce costs by extending the grazing season, delaying feeding of purchased feeds. Common sense and research…

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Soil temperatures and fall ammonia application

As we indicated in a recent Bulletin article, nitrogen applied as anhydrous ammonia in the fall is an effective source…

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