Resources

  • Field Crop Production

    Published on December 22, 2016

    In 2015, MSU Extension conducted over 290 field crop programs, reaching approximately 6,600 farmers and agribusiness professionals from 71 counties across the state.

  • Avoiding Winter Injury to Alfalfa (E2310)

    Published on November 17, 2016

    Alfalfa stands in Michigan are sometimes injured during the winter. The most common weather-related causes of winter injury are extremely low or fluctuating temperatures, persistent ice sheeting, and lack of snow cover.

  • “Zenith”: A New Black Bean Variety for Michigan (E3248)

    Published on October 20, 2016

    New upright full-season black bean variety suited for direct harvest. Highest yielding black bean variety in five years of testing. Matures in 100 days, similar to ‘Zorro’. Exhibits uniform maturity coupled with good dry down similar to ‘Zorro’.

  • “Alpena”: A New Navy Bean Variety for Michigan (E3249)

    Published on October 19, 2016

    New upright full-season navy bean variety suited for direct harvest. Exhibits uniform maturity coupled with good plant dry down at maturity. Matures in 99 days ahead of most current navy bean varieties. Suited for northern production areas.

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