PDF Version of WCU 17:6 – April 24, 2009 In this issue: Vegetables Soil Temperature and Vegetable Seed Emergence Greenhouse “Air Pollution” Caused by Ethylene Agronomic Crops Agronomic Crop Insects Should You Leave Simazine Out With Later No-Till Corn Plantings?… Continue Reading
The 2009-10 version of the regional Pest Management Recommendations for Field Crops is available. This publication is a collaborative effort between University of Delaware, University of Maryland, Virginia Tech, Rutgers, Penn State, and West Virginia University. The guide includes weed… Continue Reading
The meeting between Governor Markell and Delaware Farmers which had been scheduled for Wednesday, April 29, 2009 at the Carvel Research and Education Center in Georgetown has been postponed.
Carl German, Extension Crops Marketing Specialist; email@example.com Trader Attention Turns to Weather With planting progress for U.S. corn nearly equal to what it was this time last year, commodity market traders are turning their attention to weather forecasts for the… Continue Reading
Joanne Whalen, Extension IPM Specialist; firstname.lastname@example.org Alfalfa As temperatures increase, we will start to see a significant increase in feeding damage from alfalfa weevil. As alfalfa approaches harvest, the decision to cut instead of treat may be considered. However, this… Continue Reading