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Crop Production News - 2020 - Issue #8

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In this issue:

Grain Drying and Storage

Before putting freshly grains in storage bins, you need to know that drying your grain properly can avoid downgrading and financial loss.

Plant Tissue Analysis and Soil Testing Are Powerful Tools to Understand Faba Bean Early Growth

Soil testing and tissue analysis are useful tools for interpreting faba bean agronomy.

Reducing Storage Losses in Baled Hay

Soaking rain or repeated snow melt can result in significant losses in baled hay. These tips can help reduce losses and save money.

Seeding Winter Cereals

Winter cereals offer advantages including ground cover, pest avoidance and extending the harvest window.

Timing is Critical for Fall Weed Control

There may be opportunities for fall weed control following harvest this year.

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