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Evaluation of the performance of a soy protein seed lubricant in corn and soybeans

With the arrival of a new seed lubricant product, DUST, the University of Maryland evaluated its performance against two common seed lubricants in both corn and soybeans in 2019. DUST is a soy protein lubricant that is a cleaner alternative to commonly available seed lubricants, such as graphite...
This edition of Agronomy News includes articles on web-based resistance management tools, corn disease update, cover crop sign up, land lease options for 2021, scouting for soybean cyst nematode, Crop Talk webinar, COVID-19 update from...More info
This edition of Agronomy News includes articles on COVID-19, PPE shortages, MARBIDCO loans, EIDL relief for farms, 2020 crop budgets, new CRP program, micros in starter fertilizer, online pesticide training, Spanish paraquat training, insecticides for...More info
"Ag Notes" is Harford County Extension's agricultural newsletter and is published at the beginning of each month. Inside the December 2019 issue: Grain marketing update Corn variety trials Soybean plant population research Grafted tomato research...More info
This edition of Agronomy News includes articles on 2019 corn hybrid trials, new UMD weed specialist, research on starter fertilizer in corn, Extension winter production meetings, women in ag programs, soybean planting population study, corn...More info
This edition of Agronomy News includes articles on Extension winter production meetings, farmland rental and values, tank-mixing pyrethroids with hebicides and fungicides, wheat seeding rates, soybean pod and bean diseases, prussic acid poisioning, right-to-farm hemp,...More info
This edition of Agronomy News includes articles on glyphosate labeling, Palmer and waterhemp management at harvest, Mid-Atlantic Crop School registration, 2019 Fusarium head blight screening, Wheat variety selections for head blight management, Stalk rot of...More info
This edition of Agronomy News includes articles on the white grub and wireworm mangement, USDA Market Facilitation Program, farm safety, fungicide recommendations, head scab manageent, grain drill calibration, dicamba drift, pesticide container recycling, UMD job...More info

Early May Freeze: What’s The Risk to Our Grain Crops?

Andrew Kness Extension Educator, Agiculture University of Maryland Extension, Harford County It might seem odd reading an article about frost and freeze to grain crops in June, but we had a fairly widespread frost event in northern Maryland during the second week of May. As a result, I have been...
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