Nutrient and Pest Management Program – Resource Highlights

Corn Grain Harvest and Tar Spot, Cover Crops after Corn Silage, Tar Spot: Performance of the Tarspotter Mobile Application, Video: Combine Cleaning to Prevent Spreading Weed Seeds,, Publications: What is a Nutrient Management Plan?  & Benefits of a Nutrient Management Plan and Publication: Management Options for Farms with High Soil Test Phosphorus Levels

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AFRICAN SWINE FEVER —-

It’s easy to spread African swine fever—without even knowing it. The virus can stay on clothing and equipment and survive for months in pork products.
Be aware of these potential pathways and consider them when creating or updating biosecurity plans

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County Agriculture Impacts

Agriculture is a vital part of the economy in nearly every Wisconsin county, whether urban or rural. Family-owned farms, food processors and agriculture-related businesses generate thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of economic activity while contributing to local income and tax revenues. The economic impact varies from county to county as do the commodities.

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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – MADISON NUTRIENT & PEST MANAGEMENT RESOURCE HIGHLIGHTS

Sporecaster & Sporebuster Mobile Applications Sporecaster is a mobile application that assists growers with making management decisions for control of white mold in soybean. Farmers input site-specific information about their soybean field into this app. This information is combined with research-based models and weather data to predict the need and best timing for white mold […]

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