Soil temp, field conditions outweigh calendar date

It is generally recommended to plant when soil temperatures are at or above 50 degrees and the near-term forecast shows a warming trend. Planting into cold, wet soils inflicts stress on corn seed emergence, as does planting just ahead of a cold spell. FULL STORY »

Corn seeding rate among growers’ tough decisions

As planting season approaches for the eastern Corn Belt, corn growers will be making a series of important decisions, including how many seeds to plant per acre for the best potential yield. FULL STORY »

6 silage sampling mistakes

Do you collect silage with your palm down? It could be influencing the accuracy of your forage testing results. Here are some other common mistakes to avoid when collecting and sending corn silage samples for analysis. FULL STORY »

Establishing a better understanding for 2013 alfalfa productivity

The increasing cost of forages, continuing fear of drought conditions, and extending winter season have many producers wondering about the productivity of their hay fields in 2013. FULL STORY »

Get ready for summer heat stress now

Here are several things you can do now to help avoid summer slump in milk production. FULL STORY »

Prepare for upcoming forage season

Now is the time to evaluate the well-being of your forage crop. A recent podcast offers guidelines for assessing pastures and forage stands. FULL STORY »

Ten keys to a profitable forage program

Forages typically account for over half the cost of production of forage-consuming animals and provide most of their nutrition. FULL STORY »

Soil testing for K

With spring's arrival, it is a good time to address some questions about soil testing, particularly the differences between "field moist" soil testing and standard air drying of samples that are run through soil testing labs. FULL STORY »

Precision feeding conference

The Penn State Extension Dairy Team is offering a one-day conference on May 9 to help producers examine current topics related to the precision feeding of dairy cattle. FULL STORY »

Corn growers: Assess wireworm risk prior to planting

Corn growers need to scout their fields to determine wireworm populations before planting so they don't miss the optimum treatment window, a Purdue Extension entomologist says. FULL STORY »

Are you ready for first cutting of alfalfa?

The first cutting of alfalfa typically has the highest yield and quality. Now is the time to prepare for a successful first harvest. FULL STORY »

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