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Badger Crop Connect Special Topic: Drought

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Badger Crop Connect Spring 2023

Badger Crop Connect Spring 2023 The UW-Madison Division of Extension’s Ag Institute and the UW-Madison Nutrient and Pest Management Program will be hosting the fourth annual Badger Crop Connect webinar series for the 2023 growing season. The purpose of this series is to provide agronomists, crop consultants, and farmers with timely crop updates for Wisconsin. […]

Virtual StrongBodies – Summer 2023 Session

To join the summer 2023 session please register online at https://go.wisc.edu/12rqa3. Like What You See? – Click Below to Share   

2023 Alfalfa Monitoring Project Underway

Regional Crops/Soils Educator Scott Reuss has begun to monitor area alfalfa fields to assist harvest date decision-making for area farms.  The first day of field work was Thursday, May 18 and showed that alfalfa is a ways away from being ready to harvest, but is starting to put on growth.  Other days of sampling will include […]

Upcoming Gardening Online Programs

UW-Madison Division of Extension Horticulture Program is offering FREE educational online programs to help you be more successful in your own yards, gardens, containers – anywhere you grow plants! Our next series, Gardening with Purpose, starts soon. Registration is required for each program. Participants can attend only one or all three! This series is open […]

Wisconsin Celebrates Pollinator Week June 19-25

Wisconsin Celebrates Pollinators Join in to help pollinators in Wisconsin! Get your calendar and mark down UW-Madison Extension Horticulture Program’s Wisconsin Celebrates Pollinator Week from June 19-25, 2023 and visit the Wisconsin Celebrate Pollinator Week website: https://bit.ly/41nwp6M Wisconsin Celebrates Pollinator Week, is dedicated to raising awareness, increasing knowledge and promoting adoption of pollinator friendly practices […]

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