• A Cover Crop Conference For Everyone – February 23-250

    The countdown is on to the Midwest Cover Crops Council Conference! Organized by OMAFRA, the Ridgetown Business Development Centre, and SOILS AT GUELPH, this virtual conference running February 23-25 will have something for everyone! This year’s theme is Making Connections: Soil Health, Cover Crops, and People. For only $35, attendees get access to 10 incredible live

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  • Soybean Planting Considerations Webinar on February 190

    Hear the latest from Extension researchers across the United States who have recently summarized decades of research on soybean planting recommendations. A soybean planting consideration webinar will be hosted by Shawn Conley, Seth Naeve and Rachel Vann on Friday, February 19, 2021 from 11:45am to 12:45pm CST. Soybean Extension specialists from across the United States

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  • Late Winter Weather Outlook and Soil Conditions for 20210

    The final February climatological outlooks from the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) show a strong signal for colder than average temperatures across much of the upper Midwest, including Iowa. On the precipitation front, there is an elevated probability for wetter than normal conditions. December, January and February are the driest three months for Iowa, so when

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  • Southeast Iowa Agricultural Research Association to Host Annual Meeting Virtually0

    Farmers and crop advisers are invited to attend the Southeast Iowa Agricultural Research Association annual meeting, which will be held virtually this year via Zoom on Tuesday, March 4, at 8 a.m. The annual meeting will feature the following topics and speakers: “A Review of the 2020 Activities and Plans for 2021 at the Southeast

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  • Frost Seeding and Interseeding Considerations for Pastures This Spring0

    Many pastures in Iowa were stressed in 2020 from the dry conditions, storm damage, or overgrazing. Consider improving pasture stands and forage production with either frost seeding or interseeding this spring. Proper planning and preparation are needed to successfully improve pastures, and this ICM Blog “Still Time to Start Prepping for Pasture Renovations in 2021”

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  • Soybean row spacing results from Northwest Iowa0

    Over the last 5-years the Northwest Research Farm near Sutherland, IA has been conducting row spacing by plant population through cultivar trials with two different brands. The trials were not designed to compare brands, but rather provide another comparison to evaluate soybean row spacing and seeding rates. Over time there have been 20 cultivar-year combinations.

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