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Are You Prepared for Northern Corn Leaf Blight in 2018?

Northern corn leaf blight is a disease to keep a close eye on in 2018. While Illinois ACES researchers continue to work to identify how the pathogen c…

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Know More, Grow More provides recent localized crop management advice to help maximize your fields’ potential.

Crop-Specific Posts

May 24, 2018

Navel Orangeworm Sees Almond Hullsplit as Opportunity for Invasion

One of the biggest threats to almond orchards during hullspl…

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May 24, 2018

Beware of Hull Rot During Almond Hullsplit

Almonds are vulnerable to hull rot from the time hulls begin…

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May 23, 2018

Effectively Control Gray Leaf Spot in 2018

In follow up to our recent post on Northern corn leaf blight…

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Growing Region Posts

May 16, 2018

Tank-Mix Herbicides Offer More Weed Management Options

In the battle against resistant weeds, researchers say one o…

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May 15, 2018

Pre-Emergence Herbicides for Early-Season Weed Management

Apply your pre-emergence herbicide before weeds reach 4” t…

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May 11, 2018

Catchweed Bedstraw: Don’t Spread this Sprawling Weed

Weed management is an important step in protecting wheat cro…

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Solatenol Fungicides Provide Long-Lasting Disease Protection

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Insect Insights Can Help Improve Yields

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