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Weather and the 2020 Illinois Corn and Soybean Crops

What a difference July rainfall makes. The U.S. Drought Map based on data through July 28 showed that only six…

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A Statement from the Illinois Department of Agriculture regarding the mailing of unsolicited seeds

“We are currently working with USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to address reports of unsolicited shipments of…

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post on fungicides for hail damaged crops

That was one heck of a storm yesterday.  Many fields throughout East central Illinois were severely affected by nickel sized…

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Hoping for rain: crops at mid-season 2020

While the record will show that planting progress for both corn and soybean crops in Illinois was close to normal…

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Weed Control in Wheat Stubble Fields

Wheat harvest marks the end of one cropping cycle and the beginning of a second.  In parts of central and…

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New Corn Disease Articles Available

We have several articles on the Illinois Field Crop Disease Hub that have some timely information for you.  First, a…

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Guidance for the Continued Use of Dicamba-Containing Products in Illinois

The Illinois Department of Agriculture recently issued a document containing guidance "to help pesticide dealers, commercial pesticide applicators and farmers…

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IDOA Statement on USEPA Cancellation Order-Use of Existing Stock

On June 3, 2020, in National Family Farm Coalition vs. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 19-70115, the United States…

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