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Slugs Causing Troubles In Cool Fall

With cooler temperatures this fall, slugs seem to be feeding incessantly, attacking newly planted cover crops and fall-planted small grains. Slugs are most often problematic in no-till systems and thrive in high-moisture, high-residue fields.
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More Acres An Opportunity For More No-Till

As the number of Iowa farmers decreases and the average farm size increases, that can mean more conservation on the ground – especially when it’s farmed by environmental stewards like Paul “Butch” Schroeder of Coon Rapids.
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Don't Apply All Residual In The Fall

Multiple years of OSU research on fall and spring no-till herbicide treatments have consistently shown that the value and effectiveness of residual herbicides for soybeans is maximized when they are applied in the spring, not the fall.
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