Help for choosing corn hybrids for next season

Compare performance data carefully before making a corn hybrid selection for the 2013 growing season. Consider that planting a marginal hybrid could cap yield potential before the field is even planted. FULL STORY »

Research leads to more answers about amino acids

Are there amino acids besides methionine and lysine limiting milk production? Penn State researchers have determined that histidine also may be a limiting amino acid in high-producing dairy cow diets. FULL STORY »

Use research trials to improve crop management

Find answers to some of your most challenging crop management issues in this year's DuPont Pioneer local agronomy research trials. FULL STORY »

Indiana council begins work for better control of invasive plants

A council created by the state Legislature has begun an effort to help agencies and the public better understand the need to prevent invasive plant species from getting established and spreading in Indiana. FULL STORY »

Should you leave ensiled feeds in storage longer?

A field study looks at changes in starch digestibility over the winter months on commercial dairy farms in Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

Monitor sulfur status of forages

Know when to apply a sulfur-containing fertilizer to sulfur-deficient alfalfa. FULL STORY »

Check grain bins throughout winter

Even in winter months, all stored grain should be checked on a biweekly basis to monitor grain temperature, moisture levels, and possible insect and rodent infestation. FULL STORY »

Advice on partial corn stover removal

Partial stover removal offers an option for growers dealing with corn residue management challenges. FULL STORY »

Soil health and soil quality

Although soil quality and soil health are often used interchangeably, there is a difference between the two. FULL STORY »

Ohio State, NRCS to discuss forages, pasture management

Farmers interested in learning how to improve forage and pasture management after a drought can participate in discussions of the issues by experts from Ohio State University Extension and the Natural Resources Conservation Service in early December. FULL STORY »

Need for sulfur right behind N, P and K

Sulfur is one of the 16 elements essential to crop production. It is typically considered a secondary macronutrient (along with calcium and magnesium), but is essential for maximum crop yield and quality. FULL STORY »

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