C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-34
October 8, 2013- October 15, 2013 Adam Shepard In This Issue: Corn drydown – What to expect? Cereal Rye – A Cover Crop with Feed Value? Corn drydown – What to expect? Peter Thomison Recent wet, cool weather slowed drydown. By early to mid‑October, dry-do ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-33
October 1, 2013- October 8, 2013 Adam Shepard In This Issue: Submitting weed seed samples – now is the time Fall herbicide treatments – what else remains to be said? Why Worry About Hessian Flies in Wheat? A Historical Perspective Herbicide resistance s ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2013-32
October Weather Update Jim Noel After a heavy rainfall event last week, we will return to above normal temperatures and mainly dry weather this week. Fields will dry quickly as warm days will combine with low humidity levels. ...
Scout for Slugs Now Ron Hammond, Andy Michel We are receiving numerous reports right now about slugs causing significant feeding injury requiring treatment with baits. ...
2015 Achievements Edition
Tuesday Fair 4-H Booth Tear Down
This is the final tear down session so make sure that you allow enough time to complete the task by 6 p.m. Premium checks will only be distributed once the booth is completely cleaned out of all exhibits, decorations, staples, etc. ...
Jr Fair Livestock Weigh-In
Schedule: TIME SPECIE Additional notes: 7- 11 a.m. Swine Pigs less than 200# or greater than 265# may show but must be sold via market bid 6 p.m. Rabbits A pen consists of 3 rabbits. Any pen of 3 with a single rabbit less than 3# or greater than 5#, OR yo ...
Monday Fair 4-H Booth Set Up
A diagram of booth locations for 2015 will be linked here when available. ...