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Agronomy News
The persistent hot weather in many areas of the country this growing season may be conducive to the development of charcoal rot disease in soybean. Read More

Some early planted wheat is testing low for falling numbers. New research could explain why. Read More

As drought conditions deepen in South Dakota and the surrounding region, many producers are evaluating the status of their corn crop and feed supplies. Read More

Drought conditions unfortunately promote high population density of the soybean cyst nematode. Read More

Nitrogen losses in saturated soils during the wet 2017 season could be high. Read More

Low temperatures can result in damage to corn fields. Read More

Western bean cutworm numbers will increase over the next few weeks, and Asiatic garden beetles are emerging, with southwest Michigan being the most hard-hit area. Read More

We recommend scouting fields to monitor pea aphids in case they become a problem. Read More

Soybean fields scouted last week showed brown spot (also known as Septoria leaf spot) starting to develop. Read More

Information to help soybean producers assess yield losses associated with ponded or waterlogged fields. Read More