Nutrient and pest management are crucial in the profitable production of crops in Indiana. Many strategies were developed by industry and universities. Increasingly farmers are validating these recommendations on-farm. Several farmer groups are actually developing their own management practices based on on-farm research. A successful example is Indiana’s On-Farm Network.
- Update on Slugs (Ag Answers, May 2013)
- Slugs on Field Crops, from OSU
- 2010 Weed Control Guide for Ohio and Indiana (WS-16) You can download the whole document or print sections as needed. A printed publication is available for sale ($15) as Bulletin 789 from the Ohio State University Extension Media Distribution Center
- A Dozen Do’s for Successful No-till Corn Following Soybeans
- Cover Crops for Nitrogen Management
- Glyphosate, Weeds and Crops:
- Understanding Glyphosate to Increase Performance (GWC-2)
- Nitrate Leaching into Tile Drains at SEPAC
- Nitrogen Management
- Purdue Drainage Research Website (Nitrogen leaching)
- Purdue Nitrogen Management Update for Indiana (revised N recommendations from Tri-State Fert Recs)
- Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter Website You can view current copies (or old ones) as wanted or subscribe to receive it weekly during the cropping season (see subscribe tab). It is also a valuable newsletter for your Board members and producers.
- Soil Acidity and Liming of Indiana Soils