Ginners School Webcasts on RFID Technology, Data Management Now Live
Six presentations recorded from the 2017 Ginner’s School held in Stoneville, Mississippi, are now available on PMN. The talks centered around the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags for module tracking and data management, reducing contamination in cotton bales, and other important topics. All talks are fully open access courtesy of Cotton Incorporated. View presentations.
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FOCUS ON CORN
Tactics to Manage Herbicide-Resistant Weeds - Jared Goplen, University of Minnesota
FOCUS ON COTTON
Identification and Management of Foliar Diseases of Cotton in the United States - Heather M. Kelly, University of Tennessee
2017 Ginner’s School
2017 Cotton Harvester Updates - Christopher Murray, John Deere Des Moines Works
New Technologies for Managing Cotton Modules - John D. Wanjura, USDA-ARS
Automated HID File Download Tool - Edward (Ed) M. Barnes, Cotton Incorporated
Basic Data Flow and Requirements for RFID Data Between John Deere and eCotton Gin - Scott Pinto, EWR, Inc.
RFID Utilization at Silver Creek Gin - Jonathan McBride, Silver Creek Gin
Potential Impact of Contamination - Greg Holt, USDA-ARS
FOCUS ON POTATO
Seed Potato Certification - Robert D. Davidson, Colorado State University
Sticky Situation for Claypan Soils - American Society of Agronomy
Why Did the Kernels Near the Ear Tip Not Fill? - Mississippi State University
Does Poor Soil Fertility Contribute to SDS Outbreak? - Illinois Soybean Association
Phosphorus and Potassium in Silage Harvest of Drought-Damaged Corn - Iowa State University
Influence of Drought on Corn and Soybean - Iowa State University
Online Climate Data Benefits Producers - American Society of Agronomy
Winter Cover Crop Good for Soil, Cows, Profit - American Society of Agronomy
Seeing Is Believing for Farmers in Tanzania - East-West Seed
Insect Pests / Entomology
Early Detection of Whiteflies Key to Successful Control - University of Georgia
Drought Stress Promotes Spider Mite Injury - Iowa State University
Corn Leaf Aphid: Learn From the Trouble of Others and Avoid Unnecessary Insecticides - Penn State University
Identify and Manage Raspberry, Blackberry Pests With New Industry Reference - The American Phytopathological Society
ISU Researchers Report Problems With Soybean Cyst Nematode Resistant Soybean Varieties - Iowa State University
Blue Eye Mold Threatens Stored Grain - Iowa State University
Researchers Offer New and Novel Paradigm for Advancing Research on Beneficial Microbes - The American Phytopathological Society
Review Article Discusses Potential Role, Benefits of Non-Rhizobia Bacteria in Root Nodules of Legumes - The American Phytopathological Society
Charcoal Rot Is a Hidden Threat to Soybean Yield - Iowa State University
Weather Woes: How Fungicides Can Help - BASF Crop Protection
Nodules on Soybean Roots - Illinois Soybean Association
Is This Bacterial Leaf Streak? - Iowa State University
OSU Research Leads to Detection Method for Crown Gall Disease - Oregon State University
Chateau Herbicide SW Now California Registered for Bearing Citrus and Caneberries − Valent U.S.A.
Seeing Postemergence Problems in Soybeans - Illinois Soybean Association
Weed Control 2018 Starts Now - Illinois Soybean Association