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Michigan Forage Crops

Archived Publications

Advantages of Fluid Fertilizers
Agrotain
Alfalfa Insect Pests
Alfalfa weevil in Michigan
Aphanomyces root rot in alfalfa
Avoiding Winter Injury to Alfalfa
Biologial Control of Insects
Calendar for Insects in Michigan Field Crops
Chemical Treatment of Agronomic Seeds
Common Weed Seedlings o the North Central States
Controlled Grazing
Controlling Canada Thistle
Controlling Hemp Dogbane
Controlling Horseweed (Marestail)
Controlling White Campion in No-Tillage Systems
Controlling Wild Carrot
Cover Crop Choices for Michigan
Disease Management In Field Crops
Do low-rate annual lime applications improve pastures?
Do you suspect herbicide resistance
Frost seeding to improve pastures in the Upper Midwest
Grasses and Legumes for Intensive Grazing in Michigan
Hay and Pasture for Horses in the North Central United States
Hay and Pasture Insect Pests
Improving Pastures in Michigan by Frost Seeding
Killing frost and management of alfalfa and sudangrass
Late summer and fall cutting management of alfalfa
Lime for Michigan Soils
Managing White Campion in No-Tillage Systems
Michigan Field Crops Insect Calendar
Much is revealed, on edges of fields
N-P-K Fertilizers
Nematodes
Nitrate accumulation in drought stressed corn and forages
Nitrogen fertility management for cool-season grass pastures
Nitrogen Fertilizers, N-P-K Fertilizers
Nitrogen losses from soil
Nutrient Removal by Several Michigan Field Crops
Perennial Legume and Grass Forage Variety Selection for Michigan
Perennial ryegrass potential in Michigan
Pest management newsletters and email lists
Pest management suppliers
Pesticide Safety & Environmental Information
Phosphate Fertilizers, N-P-K Fertilizers
Poncho replant restrictions
Potassium for crop production
Potato leafhopper arrival dates
Potato Leafhoppers in Michigan
Rainfast periods for insecticides
Regulation No. 642. on Farm Fertilizer Bulk Storage
Sampling Soils for Fertilizer and Lime Recommendations
Seed Treatment for Insects
Seeding Practices for Michigan Crops
Steps to Sucessful No-till Establisment of Forages
Stored Grain Management
Sulfur for crop production
Summary of sulfur fertilization studies
Urea
White Mold Variety Trials

Disease

Aphanomyces root rot in alfalfa
Disease Management In Field Crops
Pesticide Safety & Environmental Information
Seed Treatment for Insects

Soils

Advantages of Fluid Fertilizers
Agrotain
Do low-rate annual lime applications improve pastures?
Lime for Michigan Soils
N-P-K Fertilizers
Nitrogen Fertilizers, N-P-K Fertilizers
Nitrogen losses from soil
Phosphate Fertilizers, N-P-K Fertilizers
Potassium for crop production
Regulation No. 642. on Farm Fertilizer Bulk Storage
Sampling Soils for Fertilizer and Lime Recommendations
Sulfur for crop production
Summary of sulfur fertilization studies
Urea

Hybrid and Variety Trials

Grasses and Legumes for Intensive Grazing in Michigan
Perennial Legume and Grass Forage Variety Selection for Michigan
Perennial ryegrass potential in Michigan
White Mold Variety Trials

Insects

Alfalfa Insect Pests
Alfalfa weevil in Michigan
Biologial Control of Insects
Calendar for Insects in Michigan Field Crops
Hay and Pasture Insect Pests
Michigan Field Crops Insect Calendar
Much is revealed, on edges of fields
Nematodes
Pesticide Safety & Environmental Information
Poncho replant restrictions
Potato leafhopper arrival dates
Potato Leafhoppers in Michigan
Rainfast periods for insecticides
Seed Treatment for Insects
Stored Grain Management

Management

Avoiding Winter Injury to Alfalfa
Chemical Treatment of Agronomic Seeds
Controlled Grazing
Cover Crop Choices for Michigan
Frost seeding to improve pastures in the Upper Midwest
Hay and Pasture for Horses in the North Central United States
Improving Pastures in Michigan by Frost Seeding
Killing frost and management of alfalfa and sudangrass
Late summer and fall cutting management of alfalfa
Nitrate accumulation in drought stressed corn and forages
Nitrogen fertility management for cool-season grass pastures
Nutrient Removal by Several Michigan Field Crops
Pest management newsletters and email lists
Pest management suppliers
Seeding Practices for Michigan Crops
Steps to Sucessful No-till Establisment of Forages

Weeds

Common Weed Seedlings o the North Central States
Controlling Canada Thistle
Controlling Hemp Dogbane
Controlling Horseweed (Marestail)
Controlling White Campion in No-Tillage Systems
Controlling Wild Carrot
Do you suspect herbicide resistance
Managing White Campion in No-Tillage Systems

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