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Web platform provides in-season field information and predictions for management decisions.
Crop modeling is a computerized tool to answer questions farmers might have about their field. Iowa State specialists will be on hand to demonstrate modeling at the 2016 Farm Progress Show.
On Aug. 1, Mark Licht began his new role as an assistant professor in the Department of Agronomy, focused on integrated cropping systems extension.
Farmer requests for a quick information on the developmental stages of corn and soybeans led extension specialist Mark Licht t to produce new reference materials.
2018 has been a challenging year for Iowa crop production, which increases the importance of making smart, informed decisions for the success of farming operations. ISU Extension and Outreach will provide agribusiness professionals, industry representatives and farmers with the latest research and developing technologies at the Integrated Crop Management Conference Nov. 28-29.
Improving the odds of a successful cash crop after cover crops is the aim of several new projects funded by the Iowa Nutrient Research Center at Iowa State University.
Spring rains led to late planting and now cooler temperatures in June are further complicating this year’s growing season across the Midwest. A tool developed by Iowa State University Department of Agronomy researchers offers farmers important data to help them make decisions, including nitrogen applications in the coming weeks.
The Integrated Crop Management Conference will be held Dec. 4-5 in Ames. This year’s conference will feature 39 workshops to choose from, along with presentations on new planter technology, cover crop interseeding, glyphosate and cancer findings, nitrogen recommendations and global changes in the fertilizer industry.