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Temperatures are Still Cool
swim to the roots, they are actually attracted to germinating seeds and growing roots. When seeds are ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2007-36
allowed wheat and winter annual weeds to grow well this year. Generally, it is almost impossible to get ... damage by aphids and fall development of diseases such as leaf rust and viruses. However, recent surveys ... of wheat fields have shown no evidence of rust or other disease development. In addition, the number ...
Evaluating Winter Wheat Stand
snow cover. The growing point of wheat is below ground until conditions are warm in the spring, but ...
2014 Champaign and Union Agronomy Day
Everything from pre-plant soil samples to grain samples and in between was analyzed during the growing season ...
Corn Pollination Underway in Early Planted Fields
in contact with a silk and the pollen tube grows the length of the silk and enters the female flower ...
When is the Best Time to Apply N to Wheat
has covered the dead tissue from winter giving the field a solid green color – thus, growing plants. ...
Got waterhemp? – Find Out the Herbicide Resistance Characteristics Now
continue to grow during this brief period of evaluation following glyphosate application, possibly reducing ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2010-01
and heat, exactly what the fungus needs to grow and produce toxin. In addition, kernels close to the ... foliar diseases, Sclerotinia or Phomopsis on seed. You’ve got 2 choices – get out of that field or put ... varieties with the best disease resistance package for your farm. Ohio often has favorable conditions for ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2004-02
marestail continues to grow vegetatively through mid-summer, so it directly interferes with corn and ... A consistent factor for the glyphosate-resistant populations in both growing seasons is that glyphosate was the ... rows would range from 175,000 to 225,000 depending on soil type and anticipated growing conditions. ...
Open letter regarding efficacy of Cry1F trait on western bean cutworm
for a growing world. Sincerely, Dr. Chris DiFonzo, Michigan State University Dr. Christian Krupke, ...