December News Summary
Published on December 1, 2022
New disease publication; Student gives first presentation at national meeting; Bean and beet diagnostic day a big success; students and faculty outreach
Suspect herbicide resistance? Submit weed seeds for screening
Published on October 19, 2022
Collect weed seeds September-October to submit for herbicide resistance screening.
Reducing sidewall compaction in field crops
Published on May 5, 2022
The potential for sidewall compaction occurring during planting operations is high this spring and the following information will help you reduce this yield-limiting phenomenon.
PSM researchers work with Michigan agriculture
Published on February 26, 2022
Researchers with the Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences (PSM) work directly with stakeholders to increase productivity and sustainability for Michigan’s diverse agriculture industries.
Excess sugar beets may be an opportunity for great cattle feed
Published on November 16, 2021
The high sugar content of sugar beets can be used for a high energy feedstuff in cattle diets.
Tax planning in the summer? Starting early could yield results
Published on August 26, 2021
Taking the time to evaluate your tax situation now can yield big dividends when you finalize your tax management plan at the end of the year.
Crop and soil sciences prepares next generation of agriculture professionals
Published on April 16, 2021
Recent grad reflects on how his time at MSU and various experiences prepared him for a future supporting land stewardship and crop profitability on his family’s farm.
MSU updates budgeting tools for grain producers
Published on November 6, 2020
With the presence of uncertainties, making well-informed decisions on the farm has never been more important.
Consumer opinions matter: Row crop farmers, are you listening?
Published on November 4, 2020
Connecting with the consumer is an important part of marketing farm commodities.
A new online record keeping tool is available for conservation planning
Published on November 3, 2020
The Computer Assisted Nutrient Management Planning Program (CANMaPP) is a free, online record keeping tool available to help track on-farm conservation practices.