Minnesota Crop News
Daily Digest – June 8, 2021
What’s going on with my crops? Give Digital Crop Doc a try
If you have disease symptoms developing in one of your soybean, corn, small grains, sugarbeet, or forage fields this summer and are wondering what might be causing them or you are simply looking for a confirmation of your own diagnosis, the UMN Extension crops team would like to help.
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How to manage manure’s variable nutrient content
One of the biggest complicating factors when it comes to using manure as a nutrient source is manure’s lack of uniformity. When you buy a bag of urea, you know you’re getting 46 percent nitrogen all throughout. But when it comes to manure, you just can’t guarantee the same level of certainty.
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SROC Virtual agronomy field tour
The UMN Southern Research & Outreach Center (SROC) in Waseca will hold a Virtual Agronomy Field Tour on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 from 10 a.m. to noon. This webinar will give participants a look at several current research projects at the SROC and will include a question and answer opportunities.
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Source: U of M Extension / MN Crop News