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  • Establish a Pollinator Habitat on Your Farm

    June 19-25 marks National Pollinator Week, a great time to consider growing a pollinator habitat on your property and start planning ahead to planting wildflower seeds this fall. Converting unused or marginal land to pollinator habitats can have several benefits, such as reducing soil erosion and helping to protect valuable water resources. Interested in establishing a pollinator habitat on your property? Here are some tips to help you get started and maintain your site. Site…

An agronomic image showing a soybean leaf infected with frogeye leaf spot.
This agronomic photo shows the weed palmer amaranth.
An agronomic image showing apple scab on an apple.
This agronomic photo shows a soybean looper.
This agronomic image shows a flooded field.
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