PMN Welcomes New Partner
The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) represents more than 43,000 soybean farmers in Illinois through the state soybean checkoff and membership efforts. The checkoff funds market development, soybean production and profitability research, promotion, issues management and analysis, communications and education. Membership and advocacy efforts support Illinois soybean farmer interests in local areas, Springfield and Washington, D.C. ISA programs are designed to ensure Illinois soy is the highest quality, most dependable, sustainable and competitive in the global marketplace. For more information, visit www.ILSoyAdvisor.com.
Writing Grants? PMN Can Help Facilitate Outreach
We provide measureable, impactful, and complementary communications for your outreach efforts by producing webcasts, information hubs, and other useful resources for applied scientists and practitioners. Learn more, and contact Phil Bogdan at email@example.com or 651-994-3859.
PMN Adds New Webcasts for CCA Credit…
Certified Crop Advisers (CCAs) can now maintain certification through PMN webcasts. For just a small administrative fee charged through the CCA program, you can gain credit for viewing these presentations without the need to take a quiz:
Focus on Soybean
Big Data, Drones, and Their Uses in Agriculture
Focus on Potato
"It's Significant to Me!" The Purpose of Using Statistics in Agricultural Research
Optimizing Shank Injection Fumigation Using Metam Sodium
Managing Diseases with Biopesticides in Potato Production
Focus on Tomato
Tomato Crop Protection Series 1: Powdery Mildew and Curly Top
Tomato Crop Protection Series 2: Organic Weed Management and Viroids
Focus on Corn
Larval Corn Rootworm Management
Adult Corn Rootworm Suppression
CRW Biology and Behavior and RNA Interference as a Pest Management Tool
Resistance Evolution and IRM for Corn Rootworm
Re-learning CRW Management in the Transgenic Era
Focus on Cotton
Cotton Nutrition in the Southeastern U.S.
Fertilizing for High-Yield Cotton
Whitefly Management and Prevention of Excess Sugars in Cotton
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