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2013 Oilseed Crop Herbicide Recommendations- SDSU Extension

By | Alternative Crops, Broadleaf, Helpful links, Herbicides, Planting, Resources, Termination

SDSU Extension really put together an excellent publication, providing numerous herbicide recommendations for four common oilseed crops which include sunflower, safflower, canola and flax. Top notch publication! Its a must read if your interested in growing one of these crops! https://igrow.org/up/resources/03-3019-2012.pdf

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Spring Termination Effect on Subsequent Cash Crop

By | Grass, Helpful links, Planting, Resources, Termination

Simple publication coming out of Alabama which touches on the effects of your spring terminate decisions. Your management decision will need to be flexible from season to season. This article briefly covers soil moisture, planting equipment, soil temperature, C:N management and weed suppression. http://www.ars.usda.gov/SP2UserFiles/Place/64200500/csr/FactSheets/FS11v4.pdf

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Herbicide Carryover Injury to Cover Crops- Practical Farmers of Iowa

By | Customers in the news, Helpful links, Herbicides, Published research, Residual Herbicides, Resources

PFI offers a nice publication on recent infield research with herbicide carry over injury on various cover crops. PFI has been very proactive in the advancement of cover crop utilization. We encourage you to check out their website and if possible attend one of their events. http://practicalfarmers.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/herbicide-injury.pdf

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Our Observations

By | Our observations, Resources

We have numerous plot plantings every season, both for our personal knowledge but also to educate our customers. The plots are predominately observed by our customers during the multiple educational meetings we host throughout the season. For those customers wanting to learn about cover crops on a more personal basis,…

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Soil Health Profiles

By | Resources

Albert Einstein was quoted saying,”The only source of knowledge is experience.” Experience is exactly what this section is all about! Its experience from farmers/ranchers/gardeners just as yourself. This section, we will document snippets of information and photos of both positive and negative experiences from individuals striving to push their management…

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