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  • Irrigation Webinar Series - Session 2, July 21

    Published on July 23, 2021

    Six webinar series regarding irrigation management, efficiency, new and expanding irrigation, as well as a crop update with current management topics. Session 2 focused on: 1) Irrigating scheduling with the aid of soil moisture monitoring – Dr. Younsuk Dong , MSU BAE-Irrigation Specialist; 2) Where what and why do we irrigate in Michigan and Indiana – Lyndon Kelley, MSU/Purdue Extension Irrigation Educator; 3) Irrigating corn to minimize infection period for Tar Spot - Marty Chilvers, MSU Pathologist; and Cover Crops in Irrigated Fields – Dean Baas, MSU Cover Crops Specialist.

  • Cover Crops

    Cover crops news, programming and other resources from MSU Extension.

  • Drought Resources

    The MSU Extension drought resources page provides timely information to agricultural producers as weather conditions impact their operation.

  • Sugarbeets

    MSU Extension supports the growing population of sugarbeets by providing en educational opportunity for exploration and to learn more about the field crop

  • Corn

    As one of the top produced agricultural commodities in Michigan, corn is integral to the state's economy. MSU Extension provides educational opportunities and resources for farmers searching for answers to improve yields, manage pests and increase profits.

  • Western Lake Erie Basin: Agriculture & Water Quality

    The MSU Extension Western Lake Erie Basin (WLEB) Initiative provides Michigan agricultural producers with critical information for minimizing phosphorus losses from farms fields.

  • Irrigation

    Irrigation plays a big part in agriculture. Learn all the ins and outs of agricultural irrigation, and find resources to meet your needs.

  • Hemp Production

    Information about hemp production in Michigan.

  • Dry Beans

    Known worldwide for high quality and consistency, Michigan dry beans are an important commodity. MSU Extension provides expert research and educational opportunities to assist growers in producing a highly valuable, marketable crop.

  • Malting Barley

    MSU Extension provides research-based production recommendations and resources to support the growing malting barley industry and to ensure high-quality Michigan barley can be processed locally.

  • Field Crop Webinar Series

    MSU Extension's educational program addresses field crop production and pest management. Participants include mostly growers, consultants and agribusiness professionals.

  • Beginning Farmer

    MSU Extension's educational offerings cover basic, startup information for beginning farmers interested in engaging in new agricultural enterprises.

  • Wheat

    MSU Extension focus on wheat production to provide educational opportunities for educators and researchers to gain access to learn more about the crop and find new techniques to help the future of the crop.

  • Powering Michigan Agriculture Conference

    The Powering Michigan Agriculture Conference helps farmers learn about various renewable energy technologies, identify the technology to meet their energy management goals, and leave with the resources to implement on their farm.

  • Hops

    Find everything you need to know about growing hops in the Great Lakes Region whether you are a farmer, brewer or a backyard enthusiast.

  • Small Grains

    MSU Extension supports the growing small grains operation fully, and provides an educational opportunity to maintain their knowledge and stay up to date with the information and resources provided.

  • MSU Agriculture Innovation Day

    Connecting experts with farmers to share the latest agriculture innovations to improve bottom lines while maintaining sustainable practices.

  • Soybeans

    MSU Extension's soybean research and education assists farmers with the most up to date information about growing conditions, yield monitoring and profitability.

  • Forages

    MSU Extension is a supporter of growing forages and provides an educational opportunity for farmers and interested individuals to find information and resource materials regarding the growth of forages.

  • Field Crop Sessions Take the Center Stage at the MI Ag Ideas to Grow with Conference, February 15-19, 2021

    Published on February 5, 2021
    Learn about controlling pests, farm bill options for 2021, working with lenders, drainage and irrigation, working with MDNR on managing wildlife damage and more. There are over 25 sessions to choose from, over 20 providing RUP credits.