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  1. Managing for High Quality Stored Forage

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    plant maturity and plant respiration losses after mowing.  Forage maturity, in particular for our first ... moisture as soon as possible. After mowing, plants continue to respire at a significantly high rate until ... losses include mowing early in the day to maximize sunshine and drying conditions, and very importantly, ...

  2. Preparing for Home Canning

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    information to update your skills.  The National Center for Home Food Preservation is a reliable site to look ...

  3. What is Food Poisoning?

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    disease-causing microbes, or pathogens, can contaminate foods, so there are many different foodborne infections. ... COOK CHILL For more information on foodborne illness in the United States visit the Center for Disease ...

  4. Summer Food Safety Tips

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    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) there is currently no evidence to support ...

  5. Summer Food Safety Tips

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    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) there is currently no evidence to support ...

  6. Stored Grain Management

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    Master Gardeners are available to help answer home horticulture questions, including vegetables, lawns ...

  7. Late-Planted Corn and Foliar Disease Risk

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    Two of our most common foliar diseases on corn are gray leaf spot and northern corn leaf blight.  ... Both of these disease pathogens overwinter in corn stubble and the spores or inoculum build over the ... growing season.  As a result, the disease pressure or severity increases later in the growing season.  The ...

  8. Harvest on the Horizon

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    this harvest season. Following is a summary of their work. Make sure to update your precision ag. ... firmware and software for each program that you will be using. (Updates are not only for your smartphone.) ... needed- they will have access to updates or know how to direct you. Check the mass-flow sensor on your ...

  9. Smart Stuff with Twig Walkingstick: Someone Cut the Grass (for the Week of May 20, 2007)

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    a bug eats a leaf or your dad mows the lawn — the plant puts out even more VOCs. Hundreds of times more, ... Scientists say cis- 3-hexenal ("sis-three-HEK-suh-nuhl") gives just-mowed grass its fresh, ... BioScience, June 1997; "Lawn Clippings May Help Make Smog," ...

  10. Conditions Favorable for Sclerotinia Stem Rot in Soybeans

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    soybean pathologist, outlines the disease potential and steps growers can take to reduce the impact of ... this disease. The cool nights and wet conditions over the last couple of weeks are very favorable for ... This is particularly concerning if you have a field with history of this disease combined with ...

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