Source: Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
2022 has had its share of challenges: a wet start, drought, corn root worm, soybean gall midge, pigweed, and (my favorite) tar spot. And now, as we approach harvest, we face final challenges like ear and crown rot.
Whether your crops get hit with drought or hail, challenging weather during the growing season increases the potential for feed contaminants such nitrates or molds which cause mycotoxins. This article from South Dakota State University focuses on mycotoxins and how to manage them.
On this episode of Conservation Ag Update, a group of no-tillers gather in southwestern Wis., to carry on Dave Brandt’s vision of a farmer-led learning center at the Sinsinawa Mound Center. Plus, Stockton, Ill., no-tiller Greg Thoren shares how he’s netting $195 more per acre than his peers who practice conventional tillage.
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