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File 2015 Effects of Whole or Rolled Corn with 20 or 40 Percent Grass Hay on Finishing Performance of Yearling Steers
Crossbred yearling steers were used to evaluate feeding whole or dry-rolled corn in diets with 20 or 40 percent of the diet dry matter included from grass hay.
Located in Documents / LivestockRD / Docs2015
File 2015 Brown Stem Rot and Sudden Death Syndrome in Soybean
A presentation on both brown stem rot and sudden death syndrome in soybeans given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File 2015 Control of Corn Rootworms and Spider Mites in Field Corn
Janet Knodel's presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File Troff document 2015 Control of Corn Rootworms and Spider Mites in Field Corn Handout
Janet Knodel's handout given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File chemical/x-pdb 2015 Corn Pest Managment
A presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File 2015 Goss's Leaf Blight & Wilt of Corn
Dean Malvick's presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File chemical/x-pdb 2015 Ilevo Soybean Seed Treatment
A presentation on Ilevo given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File 2015 Placement and Timing of Fertilizer Application for Greater Efficiency
Dave Franzen's presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
File chemical/x-pdb 2015 Verify the Effectiveness UAS-mounted Sensors for Crop and Livestock Production Management
John Nowatzki's presentation given at the Advanced Crop Advisors Workshop.
Located in Documents / News / 2015
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