Jumping Worms

Jumping worms otherwise know as crazy worm, Alabama jumper, or snake worm. Find out more what jumping worms are and what they do here.

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Responding the Avian Influenza Outbreak

The current avian influenza outbreak is not thought to pose a risk to human health or to food safety but it is highly toxic to birds, including backyard poultry flocks. For more information on this visit: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/safefood/2022/04/05/responding-to-the-avian-influenza-outbreak/

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Nutrient & Pest Management Program – The Latest Bumper Crops Videos

Fall Soil Sampling – Keys to Success NPM Program Southwest Regional Specialist Daniel Smith and UW-Madison & Extension Field Crops Pathologist Damon Smith share tips and techniques for collecting post-harvest soil samples that accurately represent the fertility status of fields. Timing and weather considerations for fall manure applications are also briefly discussed, as is the […]

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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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