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The publication includes scouting tips, disease descriptions, hi-resolution images and general recommendations for management.
Also included are illustrated disease cycles for many diseases, a foliar disease estimation chart, and soybean growth and development and staging information.“Soybean disease issues change over time, and the information we have about diseases advances with new research,” said Adam Sisson, extension specialist for the Integrated Pest Management Program at Iowa State University.
An upcoming webinar from Nebraska Extension will focus on the economics of producing forage on cropland. - Is converting a pivot to perennial grass economical when I’m in need of pasture? To register, visit https://us/meeting/register/c0c47d7ec3f053127c24e00bf0acd2b8. After registering, a confirmation email will be sent containing instructions to join the meeting.
The integrated systems production team including Jay Parsons, biosystems agriculture economist, Daren Redfearn, forage and crop residue specialist, along with Drewnoski, will be ready to answer questions during the webinar. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach has released an updated version of the “Soybean Diseases” (IPM 4) publication to help farmers and other professionals in the agriculture industry identify and scout for disease threats to soybean production in Iowa.
Sir Thomas Legg, the auditor brought in to trawl through four years of claims, yesterday delivered a devastating verdict as he concluded that 389 of 752 current and former MPs had wrongly claimed money from the taxpayer.
Despite having had weeks to pay up, it emerged that a total of 76 MPs still owed money as his report was published - and several former MPs who owe the taxpayer thousands of pounds had simply failed to respond at all.
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The audit has been thrown into confusion by the verdicts of retired judge Sir Paul Kennedy, who has been brought in to consider appeals.March 15, 2018 – Washington County Extension Office at p.m. Topics include “Points of Leverage in a Cow-Calf Operation”, “Unit Cost of Production for Cow-Calf” and “Composting Livestock Mortality”. According to Beef Systems Specialist Mary Drewnoski, current corn prices and limited availability of perennial grass have some producers wondering if growing forages on cropland might be the answer to feeding the cow herd.“Nebraska Extension is currently receiving many questions from producers and ag lenders about the economics of using cropland to produce forages,” said Drewnoski.Pre-register by contacting Larry Howard at 402-372-6006 by March 12th. “This webinar will answer these questions and provide economic examples to use when making a decision.” Common questions from producers include:- I can’t find enough pasture. - Will growing corn or annual forages net more income?A hard copy of the publication costs , but there also is an option to order it in boxed quantities of 50 for a reduced price of .50 per publication. The Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) Plan of Work for 2018, with projects designed to quickly deliver results to safeguard the health of the US swine herd, was approved by the organization’s Board of Directors during their January 26 meeting.The Plan includes a focused effort to improve transportation biosecurity, next steps for investigating feed as a possible vehicle for pathogen transport into the country and between farms, improving communication about international and domestic swine diseases, and continued testing of the ability to respond to emerging disease through the Rapid Response Corps.