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#Grow 15 Two Takeaways From the East-Central Kansas Field Day By: 08/25/2015 @ 10:43am

At just about every field day in the Midwest this summer, much has been made of the difficulty in controlling waterhemp and Palmer amaranth (or pigweeds). No doubt, the…

#Grow15 The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly By: 08/12/2015 @ 4:07pm

White mold, soybeans, goosnecked corn, 15-inch row soybeans, northeastern South Dakota

#Grow15 Watch for White Mold By: 08/07/2015 @ 8:52am

If your area is having temperatures in the 70s accompanied by wet and humid conditions, watch out. These conditions…

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Best-Kept Soybean Aphid Management Secret By: 08/10/2015 @ 3:45pm

If you’re looking for one tool that best manages soybean aphids, look to oncoming aphid-resistant varieties. Kelly Tilmon, South Dakota State University Extension soybean entomologist, recently visited with…

Scout Soybeans for Sudden Death Syndrome By: 08/04/2015 @ 4:21pm

Sudden death syndrome (SDS) was detected in mid-April-planted soybeans at the University of Illinois' Northwestern Research Center in Warren County, Illinois. This confirmation comes three weeks earlier…

Watch for Waterhemp By: 07/30/2015 @ 3:53pm

If your soybeans look clean now, great. Don’t take a vacation from watching for waterhemp, though. This wily pigweed family member is just waiting for the slightest canopy opening in order to emerge. If it…

Soybean Aphid Population Increasing By: 07/22/2015 @ 11:08am

There have been recent reports of increasing aphid populations in the Midwest and in other regions of the country where growth is exceeding normal rates for this time of year. Erin Hodgson and Matt O’Neal…

Dow AgroSciences to Debut Two New Premix Herbicides By: 07/21/2015 @ 3:35pm

Farmers will soon have a couple more tools for managing weeds. Dow AgroSciences announced earlier this month at an agricultural media briefing that federal regulators have approved Surveil, a new premix…

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