How to handle larger seed size this spring

The atypical growing season in 2012 impacted soybean seed size and shape. Here is some advice to help clients maximize planter performance and ensure the highest possible planting accuracy with larger soybean seed. FULL STORY »

Rumen microbiology textbook now online

The textbook provides an overview of rumen microbiology and its role in ruminant nutrition. A PDF can be downloaded for free via the U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center web site. FULL STORY »

Custom harvester meeting set

Join Vita Plus in "Mastering the Forage Challenge" during its Custom Harvester Meeting, Feb. 19-20, in Madison, Wis. FULL STORY »

Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council Conference set for Feb. 8

While the drought of 2012 was an extreme example of dry conditions during a growing season, it was not an anomaly, meaning producers have to be prepared to deal with periods of dry conditions as part of their annual management plans, an Ohio State University Extension specialist said. FULL STORY »

Finding the potential availability of manure phosphorus in soil

It's important to understand the forms of phosphorus in manure and how manure interacts with soil before improved manure management strategies can be developed. FULL STORY »

Effects of 2012 drought on feeding dairy animals

Here are some answers on how to handle feeding challenges presented by the drought of 2012. FULL STORY »

Revolutionary technology aids thirsty crops during drought

While much of the nation’s crops withered under last year’s punishing drought, Michigan State University researchers dramatically increased corn and vegetable production on test farms using revolutionary new water-saving membranes. FULL STORY »

Mid-America Alfalfa Expo & Conference coming up

Alfalfa winter survival following a drought and how to best manage through that situation will be one of the key topics addressed during the Feb. 5-6 Alfalfa Expo, to be held in Kearney, Neb. FULL STORY »

Management strategies help control resistant weeds

DuPont Pioneer agronomists say management decisions, such as improved herbicide choices, clean seedbeds and careful planning for harvest, can help decrease resistant weeds. FULL STORY »

Cover crops improve soil health, yields

Using cover crops such as oilseed radish, cereal rye, cowpea or Austrian winter pea can help growers improve soil health which leads to higher yields and lower input costs, an Ohio State University Extension expert says. FULL STORY »

Explore new crop management strategies in 2013

This year may be the year to try a new crop management strategy. If so, you will want to use the best strategies to maximize yield. Here are some management tactics to explore. FULL STORY »

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