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“We have an infiltration problem, not a runoff problem.” This Ray Archuleta quote was much discussed on third and final installment in the American Society of Agronomy’s 2017 webinar series “Cover Crops – Looking Beyond the Basics.” The webinar, which took place on February 9, featured Anne Verhallen, a soil scientist from the Ontario Ministry of […]

March 21, 2017 

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We don’t often think of our cover crops as gun slinging cowboys and cowgirls of the old west, staring down their pistols at villains of agriculture: diseases, insects, and weeds. But by the end of the webinar “Cover Crops and Pest Management: The Good and the Bad,” I was pretty convinced that while cover crops […]

March 16, 2017 

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IPM and Seed TrialsPublished: February 10, 2000 Download PDF (1 MB) View Fullscreen

February 10, 2000 

RESEARCH REPORT

IPM and Planting TrialsPublished: February 11, 1999 Download PDF (412 kB) View Fullscreen

February 11, 1999 

RESEARCH REPORT

Improving IPMPublished: February 14, 1997 Download PDF (240 kB) View Fullscreen

February 14, 1997 

RESEARCH REPORT

IPM Projects Learning to Work with the Agricultural EcosystemPublished: February 13, 1997 Download PDF (226 kB) View Fullscreen

February 13, 1997 

RESEARCH REPORT

My Experience with IPM and Biological Control of Alfalfa Weevil and Potato LeafhopperPublished: February 12, 1997 Download PDF (257 kB) View Fullscreen

February 12, 1997 

RESEARCH REPORT