A new publication on corn disease loss estimates in the U.S. and Ontario, Canada in 2012 has been developed. The publication is a product of a team effort composed of plant pathologists from across the corn production belt of the U.S. and Canada and describes the predominant disease of corn in 2012 and the estimated […]
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New for 2014 is a publication describing the latest research on the relationship between the causal agent of SDS and SCN in Wisconsin soybean fields. CLICK HERE to download a PDF.
A new disease profile was recently posted describing signs and symptoms of Ergot of rye, wheat, and other grasses and consequences of the disease. Click here to download a PDF of the disease profile.
The NCERA 184 Management of Small Grain Diseases Fungicide Efficacy for Control of Wheat Diseases Table was recently updated. It is now posted on the wheat page. CLICK HERE to access a PDF version of it.
This brochure is a full color update with information on best management practices for soybean cyst nematode in Wisconsin. CLICK HERE to download a PDF
Listen to the 7-item Podcast Series on “Management of White Mold in Soybeans.” The series was assembled by a consortium of soybean pathologists located in the North Central Region and sponsored by the North Central Soybean Research Program.
A3878 – “Fungicide resistance management in corn, soybean, and wheat in Wisconsin” was developed by the University of Wisconsin UW Extension and the Nutrient and Pest Management Program, and has been updated for 2013! Significant additions include small grains seed treatments now on the chart. In addition, all trade names and active ingredients […]
The results of the 2012 Wisconsin Soybean Variety Trials can be viewed and downloaded as a PDF at http://soybean.uwex.edu/soytrials/printable/documents/Soybean_NPM_FINAL_WEB.pdf. The trials were conducted at 10 sites around the state of Wisconsin and represent the North Central, Central, and Southern Regions of the State. Detailed descriptions of the trials, variety traits, […]
The University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service and the UW Integrated Pest Management Program will be offering a series of online webinar training session that are designed to help people prepare for the state CCA exam. Learn more about the webinars at: http://ipcm.wisc.edu/blog/2012/10/training-webinar-for-cca-exam/.
Making timely decisions during the crop season can be the key to maximizing yields. These decisions include variety selection, planting date, when and which inputs to apply, calibrating planters for maximum yield; and managing seedling health, plant diseases, weeds, and other yield-robbing pests. Click here to view the pdf