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Wisconsin Crop Manager newsletter

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Home WCM-News Publications Contacts Crops and Pests Program Info Search Tuesday, November 20, 2007 ..:: WCM-News ::.. Login Reset page Most recent category entries Pest Management Update Meeting Packets Available Wisconsin Crop Manager What's new By WCM Staff on 11/17/2007 8:52 AM We just finished the 2007 Pest Management Update meetings last week. If harvest, soil sampling, or other field operations kept you from attending one of these meetings, we have a limited number of packets of the materials from the meetings, which can be ordered. More... Wisconsin Crop Manager, Volume 14 Number 30 November 15, 2007 Wisconsin Crop Manager By WCM Staff on 11/15/2007 7:21 PM Wisconsin Crop Manager, Volume 14 Number 29 October 11, 2007 compiled issue for print or download More... Giant Ragweed Competi Read More
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[ Issue 1 (Jan, 1994)] [ Issue 2 (Jul, 1994)] [ Issue 3 (Jan, 1995)] [ Issue 4 (Jul, 1995)] [ Issue 5 (Jan, 1996)] [ Issue 6 (Jul, 1996)] [ Issue 7 (Jan, 1997)] [ Issue_8 (Jul, 1997)] [ Issue 9 (Jan, 1998)] [ Issue 10 (Jul, 1998)] [ Issue 11 (Jan, 1999)] [ Issue 12 (Jul, 1999)] [Issue 13 will be available soon] [On-line Issue 14 will become available through 2002] Issue 1 (January, 1994) [To Issue 2 ] Editorial What is a New Crop? New Crops: Development and application of improved selection and evaluation procedures to produce new crops for northern Australia Success factors in the development of new agricultural industries Industrial Crops Think Tank Listing of Potential New Crops for Australia : publication available Success factors in the development of new agricultural industries : pub Read More
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AG Weekly Online -- Twin Falls, Idaho

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--> Home | News | Classifieds | Calendars | Commodities | Country Life | Subscribe | About Us Ag News Letters Markets Opinion Local News Weather Archives Equipment Employment Livestock Rental Units Real Estate Submit Classified Events Livestock Calendar Horse Calendar Regional Sales Farm Auctions Livestock Crops Dairy Current Markets Desert Seasons Equestrian Gardening Recipes Media Kit Editorial Calendar Staff Subscriptions Print Edition Market Watch Online email Producer Progress email Livestock Auctions email Features Recipes MarketWatchOnline Cowboy Humor Current Markets Search News: Advanced Search» Search Classifieds: Agri-Media Get more Ag News and search more ads on these Lee Agri-Media sites: Lee Agri-Media Minnesota Farm Guide Farm&Ranch Guide Tri-State Neighbor AgAds.com The Pra Read More
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AIM -- Connecticut Newsletters

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A pple I nformation M anager Connecticut Newsletters 2001 CONNECTICUT APPLE PEST MESSAGE 1999 CONNECTICUT APPLE PEST MESSAGE 1998 CONNECTICUT FRUIT GROWER'S NEWSLETTER, April 8, 1998 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- February 2, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- March 17, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- April 4, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- April 10, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- April 24, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- May 2, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- May 16, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- May 23, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- June 6, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- June 19, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Growers Newsletter -- July 11, 1997 Connecticut Fruit Read More
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Annual Wheat Newsletter

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Annual Wheat Newsletter [ Vol 53 - 2007 ] [ Vol 53 - 2007 as PDF ] [ Vol 52 - 2006 ] [ Vol 52 - 2006 as PDF ] [ Vol 51 - 2005 ] [ Vol 51 - 2005 as PDF ] [ Vol 50 - 2004 ] [ Vol 50 - 2004 as PDF ] [ Vol 49 - 2003 ] [ Vol 49 - 2003 as PDF ] [ Vol 48 - 2002 ] [ Vol 48 - 2002 as PDF ] [ Vol 47 - 2001 ] [ Vol 46 - 2000 ] [ Vol 45 - 1999 ] [ Vol 44 - 1998 ] [ Vol 43 - 1997 ] [ Vol 42 - 1996 ] [ Vol 41 - 1995 ] [ Vol 40 - 1994 ] [ Vol 39 - 1993 ] [ Vol 38 - 1992 ] [ Vol 37 - 1991 ] Download all volumes. Search the Annual Wheat Newsletter: Additional Options: help Match: All Words Any Word Boolean Format: Long Short Sort by: Score Time Title Return to GrainGenes Home Page Read More
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Apple Pest Report - UMCE Apple IPM Program

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Maine Apple IPM Pr gram Home Latest Newsletter Apple pest publications Pesticide information General IPM & Apple industry links Weather forecasts Current Weather Climate data Apple pest forecasts ____________ Mission statement Sign up for free email Apple Pest Report delivery 2007 Apple Pest Report Links are to htm files unless noted otherwise April 23, 2007 June 22, 2007 PDF ( htm version ) May 3, 2007 June 28, 2007 PDF ( Word version ) May 8, 2007 July 12, 2007 PDF ( Word version ) May 22, 2007 July 20 Apple maggot update May 24a, 2007 July 27, 2007 (Word version) May 24b, 2007 August 10, 2007 May 25, 2007 September 5, 2007 May 26, 2007 September 11, 2007 May 28, 2007 September 19, 2007 June 7, 2007 September 25, 2007 June 15, 2007 Free newsletter The Apple Pest Report is sent by email. Read More
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Barley Genetics Newsletter

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Center for Grassland Studies Newsletters

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University of Nebraska Center for Grassland Studies Newsletters List of Newsletter Articles by Issue Fall 2007 Summer 2007 Spring 2007 Winter 2007 Fall 2006 Summer 2006 Spring 2006 Winter 2006 Fall 2005 Summer 2005 Spring 2005 Winter 2005 Fall 2004 Summer 2004 Spring 2004 Winter 2004 Fall 2003 Summer 2003 Spring 2003 Winter 2003 Fall 2002 Summer 2002 Spring 2002 Winter 2002 Fall 2001 Summer 2001 Spring 2001 Winter 2001 Fall 2000 Summer 2000 Spring 2000 Winter 2000 Fall 1999 Summer 1999 Spring 1999 Winter 1999 Fall 1998 Summer 1998 Spring 1998 Winter 1998 Fall 1997 Summer 1997 Spring 1997 Winter 1997 Fall 1996 Summer 1996 Spring 1996 Winter 1996 Fall 1995 Home Read More
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CIS Newsletter Table of Contents

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Crop Insect Situation Newsletter 2003 Season February 19, 2003 Crop Insect Newsletter Pre-Season April 10, 2003 Crop Insect Newsletter No. 1 April 24, 2003 Crop Insect Newsletter No. 2 May 8, 2003 Crop Insect Newsletter No. 3 May 15, 2003 Crop Insect Newsletter No. 4 May 22, 2003 Crop Insect Newsletter No. 5 May 29, 2003 Crop Insect Newsletter No. 6 2002 Season March 11, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter Pre-Season April 4, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter No. 1 May 16, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter No. 2 May 23, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter No. 3 May 30, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter No. 4 June 6, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter No. 5 June 13, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter No. 6 June 20, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter No. 7 June 27, 2002 Cotton Insect Newsletter No. 8 July 3, 2002 Cotton Insect Ne Read More
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Facts for Fancy Fruit Index

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Welcome to the 2007 Index of Facts for Fancy FruitNewsletter CURRENT This is the current Facts for Fancy Fruit (in PDF format, requiring the free Adobe Acrobat Reader ) RECENT 2007issues of the Facts for Fancy Fruit (in PDF format, requiring AdobeAcrobat Reader ): Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-10 October 19, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-09 October 4, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-08 August 17, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-07 August 2, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-06 July 18, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-05 June 16, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-04 June 7, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-03 May 24, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-02 April 20, 2007 Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-01 March 22, 2007 Text versions of recent issues of Facts for Fancy Fruit: Facts for Fancy Fruit-07-10 October 19, 2007 Fa Read More
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Fruit integrated pest management (IPM): Crop Advisory Team Alert

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Christmas trees Field crops Fruit Home and yard Nursery and landscape Turfgrass Vegetable Diagnostic Services Soil/Plant Nutrient Lab Enviro-weather Regional IPM Center Pesticide safety Organic: New Ag Network Invasive species Sustainable ag & food systems MSU ANR departments MSU Extension Site index Contacts/permissions The Fruit Crop Advisory Team Alert newsletters have moved to: http://www.ipm.msu.edu/fruit-cat.htm You will be redirected in 5 seconds. The MSU IPM Program maintains this site as an access point to pest management information at MSU. The IPM Program is administered within the Department of Entomology , fueled by research from the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station , delivered to citizens through MSU Extension , and proud to be a part of Project GREEEN . Email the web Read More
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Good Fruit Grower Magazine

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Good Fruit Grower Skip navigation . Phil Unterschuetz, who recently retired from his organic supply business, hopes that organic agriculture will maintain its integrity as it goes mainstream. The rise of organics When Phil Unterschuetz started his organic supply business there were few organic growers and no rules. By Geraldine Warner As Phil Unterschuetz closed the doors of his organic supply business for the last time at the end of August, he was feeling gratified by the increasing acceptance and expansion of organic agriculture in recent years. When he launched his business in Wenatchee, Washington, 24 years ago, there were few organic growers. "I pioneered something at that time," he said. "It was not popular to be an organic grower because organic growers were the ones growing bugs fo Read More
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Grainnet - News & Information for the Grain, Milling, Feed & Seed Industries

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SEARCH: • Florida Ethanol Market Prepares for Boost in Renewable Fuel Use (Cattle Network) • Registration Opens for GEAPS and Purdue University's Distance Learning Classes About Ethanol Production and Grain Quality • VeraSun Energy Corp. Reports Third Quarter 2007 Financial Results • Walker C. "Butch" Fletcher Receives Missouri Agribusiness Association's Distinguished Fellow of Agribusiness Award (Marshall Democrat) • USDA November Crop Report: Corn Production Down 1% From October; Soybean Production Down Slightly • USDA November World Ag Supply/Demand Estimates Report • Pacific Ethanol Reports Third Quarter 2007 Results • BioFuel Energy Corp. Reports Third Quarter 2007 Results • MGP Ingredients Reports First Quarter 2008 Results • China Cl Read More
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Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre > Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre > Science

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Producers Agri-Industries International Business Science Land Managers Home > Science > Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre Search by Keyword Browse all Subjects A-Z Economic and Market Information Programs and Services Publications For Science Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre Areas of Research Facts, Figures and Facilities Scientific Staff and Expertise Feedback Printable Version Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre Harrow, Ontario The Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre, one of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s national network of 19 research centres, is located at Harrow, Ontario. The Centre operates the largest greenhouse research complex facility in North America and manages two field sites, one on sandy soils at Harrow an Read More
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The link to Crop Progress has been changed to http://usda.mannlib.cornell.edu/documentInfo.do?documentID=1048 . You will automatically be redirected to our new site. If you do not want to wait please click the new link. Please update your bookmarks. Read More
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The link to Cotton and Wool Yearbook: Report has been changed to http://usda.mannlib.cornell.edu/documentInfo.do?documentID=1228 . You will automatically be redirected to our new site. If you do not want to wait please click the new link. Please update your bookmarks. Read More
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Journal of Cotton Science : Home Page

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Note: You are reading this message either because you can not see our css files, or because you do not have a standards-compliant browser. Home | Current Issue | All Issues | Disciplines Site Map | New Issue Notification | Contacts | About | Author Instructions The multidisciplinary, refereed journal contains articles that improve our understanding of cotton science. Publications may be compilations of original research, syntheses, reviews, or notes on original research or new techniques or equipment. Highlights From This Issue FEATURED ARTICLE Agronomy and Soils Heat Unit Availability for Cotton Production in the Ogallala Aquifer Region of the United States A. M. Esparza, P. H. Gowda, R.L. Baumhardt, T. Marek, and T. A. Howell Pages: 110-117 Abstract | Full Text PDF (659K) The Ogallala Aq Read More
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Newsletters

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Rice Home Winter 2004 Grower Meetings Select this link to download MS PowerPoint presentations . UC Rice Research Quarterly Newsletter of UC Cooperative Extension and Agricultural Experiment Station Rice Research Quarterly: Mar 2004 [PDF file] Rice Research Quarterly: Sep 2003 [PDF file] Rice Research Quarterly: Mar 2003 [PDF file] Rice Research Quarterly: Sep 2002 [PDF file] Colusa, Glenn, and Yolo Counties Cereal Briefs , Jan 2000 Cereal Briefs , Aug 99 Cereal Briefs , Apr 99 Cereal Briefs , Jul 98 Cereal Briefs , May 98 Cereal Briefs , Feb 98 Cereal Briefs , 9 Jul 97 Rice Blast Update , 27 Mar 97 Cereal Briefs , 15 Oct 96 Cass Mutters U. C. Farm Advisor Butte County Rice Industry News , Apr 99 Cereal Crops Review , Jul 97 Jack Williams U. C. Farm Advisor Sutter/Yuba counties Genetically Read More
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Northwest Berry & Grape Information Network

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Web Site Feedback Tools Pest Alert Ask an Expert Discussion Groups Calculators Upcoming Events 5 December: 2007 Western Washington Small Fruit Workshop (7:45 am) 10 December: Blueberry economics workshop-TEAM computer workshop (9:00 am) 12 December: Oregon Raspberry & Blackberry Commission Research Report (8:45 am) 4 January: OBC Blueberry Research Reports (12:00 pm) 15 January: 2008 North Willamette Valley Horticultural Society Annual Meeting (all day) Aurora, Oregon --> Find Back to Homepage Topics About Infonet Fruit Growing Berry Crops Blackberry Blueberry Cranberry Currant Gooseberry Huckleberry Kiwifruit Raspberry Strawberry Composting Cover Crops Grape Production Irrigation Pest Management Plant Materials Plant Nutrition Pollination & Bees Soils Markets & Trade News Organic Producti Read More
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Northwest Berry & Grape Information Network

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Web Site Feedback Tools Pest Alert Ask an Expert Discussion Groups Calculators Upcoming Events 5 December: 2007 Western Washington Small Fruit Workshop (7:45 am) 10 December: Blueberry economics workshop-TEAM computer workshop (9:00 am) 12 December: Oregon Raspberry & Blackberry Commission Research Report (8:45 am) 4 January: OBC Blueberry Research Reports (12:00 pm) 15 January: 2008 North Willamette Valley Horticultural Society Annual Meeting (all day) Aurora, Oregon --> Find Back to Homepage Topics About Infonet Fruit Growing Berry Crops Blackberry Blueberry Cranberry Currant Gooseberry Huckleberry Kiwifruit Raspberry Strawberry Composting Cover Crops Grape Production Irrigation Pest Management Plant Materials Plant Nutrition Pollination & Bees Soils Markets & Trade News Organic Producti Read More
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Oat Newsletter

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Oat Newsletter Volume 50, 2006 - AOWC Proceedings Volume 49, 2003 Volume 48, 2002 Volume 47, 2001 Volume 46, 2000 Volume 45, 1999 Volume 44, 1998 Other Oat Related Reports and Links Avena Avenue Oat markers, maps, and more. Uniform Early and Midseason Oat Performance Nurseries U.S. nurseries, 1996 - date. South American Quaker Nursery Report Breeding oat cultivars suitable for production in developing countries. 1997, 1998 Oats Online Oat production, taxonomy, breeding, pests, diseases and health effects. Limit search to: Body and Title Just Title Return to GrainGenes Home Page Read More
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RI Apple IPM

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Rhode Island Apple IPM RECORDED MESSAGE (401) 949-1456 Starting in May 2007 Access to RI Apple IPM Currrent pest reports, Newsletters and RI Fruit Growers' meetings Orchard Radar!!!!!! Using SkyBit weather information to predict future events Greenville Newport County Field Season 2007 Recorded Pest Message in Print (949-1456) Visual Observations (t wice weekly updates - hopefully) RIFGA Meetings RIFGA Website Farm Safety Site IPM Links Rutgers Peach Science- UMASS Fruit Program VT Apple IPM Maine Apple IPM Scaffolds - NY Newsletter NY Pest Guidelines Penn State Apple IPM Virtual Orchard Greenbook - pesticide labels Archived Information Past Pest Reports 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 Past Newsletters 2000 1999 1998 1997 For more information about this site, contact hhf@ Read More
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Scaffolds

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Welcome to Scaffolds Fruit Journal, the weekly update on pest management and crop development. Scaffolds is published by Cornell University - NYS Agricultural Experiment Station (Geneva) and Ithaca - with the assistance of Cornell Cooperative Extension. 2007 Issues (Volume 16) 2006 Issues (Volume 15) 2005 Issues (Volume 14) 2004 Issues (Volume 13) 2003 Issues (Volume 12) 2002 Issues (Volume 11) 2001 Issues (Volume 10) 2000 Issues (Volume 9) 1999 Issues (Volume 8) 1998 Issues (Volume 7) 1997 Issues (Volume 6) 1996 Issues (Volume 5) 1995 Issues (Volume 4) Search Scaffolds for: Other sites of interest: Cornell Fruit Program homepage Cornell Tree Fruit Pest Management Guidelines Tree Fruit and Berry Pathology Page - information on fruit diseases and much more, including Pesticide Status Update Read More
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Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre > Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre > Science

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Producers Agri-Industries International Business Science Land Managers Home > Science > Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre Search by Keyword Browse all Subjects A-Z Economic and Market Information Programs and Services Publications For Science Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre Areas of Research Facts, Figures and Facilities Scientific Staff and Expertise Feedback Printable Version Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre London, Ontario The Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre is one of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's national network of 19 research centres. The Centre is located in London, Ontario, in the heart of one of the most intensive, diverse and productive agri-food regions in Canada. The Centre conducts research on air, Read More
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SpringerLink Home - Main

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Athens Authentication Point Welcome! To use the personalized features of this site, please log in or register . If you have forgotten your username or password, we can help . My SpringerLink Marked Items Alerts Order History Saved Items All Favorites ??(??) ??(??) English Deutsch ??? ??? Français Español ??????? ??????? Welcome to SpringerLink! SpringerLink is one of the world's leading interactive databases for high-quality STM journals , book series , books , reference works and the Online Archives Collection. SpringerLink is a powerful central access point for researchers and scientists. more options Find content by keyword Query Builder Close | Clear Title (ti) Summary (su) Author (au) ISSN (issn) ISBN (isbn) DOI (doi) And Or Not ( ) * (wildcard) "" (exact) Content type All ( Read More
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Sugar Producer Magazine

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www.sugarproducer.com November 2007 Serving The National Sugarbeet Industry Home Subscribe Advertise --> Current Issue Contact Us Buyer's Guide Calendar Researchers Feature Industry News New Products About Us --> Organizations Monthly Poll To Advertise SPONSOR OF THE MONTH HOT INDUSTRY NEWS Associated British Foods- Reports Profit ASA Applauds Ag Secretary Selection Farm Bill Approval EU Approval of Roundup Ready Sugarbeet Attributed to Markwart 200 Million Fewer Bushels of Corn than USDA September Report Senate Finance Approved $16 Billion Disaster Assistance SUGAR PRODUCER FEATURE Michigan Sugarbeet Advancement: A 10-year Checkup The Michigan Sugarbeet Advancement (SBA) program was initiated in 1997 to help sugarbeet growers adapt to economic and environmental changes through research an Read More
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WebPage Moved !! - AZMET Cotton Advisories

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Cotton Advisories We have moved this webpage to : New 2001 AZMET Cotton Advisories Webpage http://ag.arizona.edu/azmet/cotton.htm For those of you who prefer the old version : Original AZMET Cotton Advisories Webpage http://ag.arizona.edu/azmet/cott-old.htm Comments / Complaints : azmet@ag.arizona.edu Read More
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Welcome to King Cotton Magazine!

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Latest Reports and Information Posted! Daily Monday Market Report (11/19/07) Spec/Hedge Report (11/19/07) Daily Friday Market Report (11/16/07) Weil Brothers U.S. Crop Report (11/16/07) Daily Thursday Market Report (11/15/07) On Call Cotton Report (11/15/07) USDA Export Sales Report (11/15/07) Weekly Export Sales Tracking (11/15/07) Daily Wednesday Market Report (11/14/07) Daily Tuesday Market Report (11/13/07) Which Way the Market? (11/13/07) (return to top of page) "Upland Cotton" by Winslow Homer from the Weil Collection (1879) Read More
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Welcome to Practical Winery & Vineyard Magazine

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For 19 years, PWV has provided essential down-to-earth, reliable information wine industry leaders need to succeed in the vineyard, the cellar and the tasting room. Peer reviewed for accuracy and importance, PWV offers a blend of relevant, immediately applicable information on winegrowing, winemaking, and winemarketing in every issue that you'll find in no other wine trade publication. From canopy management to employee compensation, soil fertility to fermentation, wine distribution to waste management - we cover it all, with valuable, readable articles to help you succeed. This site is frames enabled to see it without frames please select http://www.practicalwinery.com/body.htm to see with frames please select http://www.practicalwinery.com- please email info@practicalwinery.com for more Read More
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Welcome to TopCropManager.com!

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Look for our next issue of TCM Western Edition: -December 2007- Early Winter Issue Eastern Edition: -January 2008- Winter Issue Search Archives Are you looking for a story from a past issue of Top Crop Manager? Feature Story Latest issue- Western edition: Nitrogen fertilizer enhances fertilizer-P uptake Latest issue- Eastern edition: Tying some loose ends on wheat Free Subscription Welcome to the topcropmanager.com web site. We are pleased to introduce our site to our readers! What's new? topcropmanager.com has tonnes of new features and is a helpful companion to the print magazine. Inside topcropmanager.com you will find: Searchable story archives from past issues of Top Crop Manager. You can search for past articles using our easy keyword search. Feature story: the editor's selection. We Read More
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Wisconsin Cranberry Crop Management Library

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WPVGA: Potatoes Wisconsin

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WPVGA about Potato Industry Vegetable Industry store contact home Mission To assist our members to be successful through education, information, environmentally sound research, promotion, government action, and involvement. Welcome The Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Growers Association was established in 1948. Although potatoes have been grown in Wisconsin from much longer than that, it took a group of dedicated men with great foresight to organize and unify the growers of the state. In doing so, those pioneers made the industry stronger and economically viable for generations to come. About Us Founded in 1948. Headquartered in Antigo, Wisconsin. Provide a strong, unified voice for Wisconsin's potato and vegetable industry. 175 grower members; 200 associate members, representing allied/affil Read More
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