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ISA Research Advance Newsletter

Thu, Sept 18, 2014
Watershed Planning Pays Off in Rock Creek
A watershed is an area of land that drains to a common point. Rock Creek Watershed in Mitchell County includes 44,787 acres that drain to the confluence of Rock Creek and the Cedar River southwest of Osage, Iowa. In 2013, the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) received a grant from the Walton Family Foundation to develop a watershed plan for the basin. The yearlong effort resulted in a project that helps local farmers and landowners implement conservation practices.   Read more...
Thu, Sept 18, 2014
Fungicides efficacy in a heavy soybean disease year
This year diseases have been prevalent in most soybean fields across Iowa.   Read more...
Thu, Sept 11, 2014
Early frost may not freeze future yields
News that the first frost could hit as early as this week worried farmers across the state.   Read more...
Thu, Sept 11, 2014
Staying ahead of herbicide resistance in your weed management strategy
Next year’s herbicide resistance problems can be combatted today.   Read more...
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