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Scouting, Digging for Corn Rootworm Damage

2013-08-01 19:50:00| Corn & Soybean Digest

LimelightPlayerUtil.initEmbed("limelight_player_565571"); Jeff Housman, district agronomist, Mycogen, advises farmers to get out and walk corn fields to scout for corn rootworm damage. He says to start digging roots and evaluate them for corn rootworm pressure. "Management strategies are key," says Housman. read more

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Scouting, Digging for Corn Rootworm Damage

2013-08-01 19:50:00| Corn & Soybean Digest

LimelightPlayerUtil.initEmbed("limelight_player_508936"); Jeff Housman, district agronomist, Mycogen, advises farmers to get out and walk corn fields to scout for corn rootworm damage. He says to start digging roots and evaluate them for corn rootworm pressure. "Management strategies are key," says Housman. read more

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Digging in for hard times as boom busts

2013-07-13 11:51:26| Telecom - Topix.net

Jobs are going, sales are slowing and investment is plummeting as Australia's big miners face a sharp change in their fortunes.

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TransCanada Digging Up Defective Segments of New Pipeline, Angering Landowners in Texas

2013-06-05 14:00:00| Climate Ark Climate Change & Global Warming Newsfeed

InsideClimate: A Canadian company is repairing dozens of defects along the newly laid southern leg of the Keystone XLthe section of the oil pipeline that does not need approval from the U.S. State Department and is already under construction. The Oklahoma-to-Texas pipeline is not yet operational, but landowners worry that the repairs hint at more serious problems that could someday lead to oil spills. The project will carry primarily Canadian oilincluding diluted bitumen from Alberta's oil sandsfrom Cushing,...

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Digging Deep into Parity Records to Optimize Sow Herd Performance

2013-05-06 18:55:00| National Hog Farmer

By Ron Ketchem and Mark Rix, Swine Management Services, LLC, Fremont, NE This is the 80th monthly column written for National Hog Farmers Weekly Preview. This monthly exercise has forced us to look at production data in new ways and to dig deeper into our database. We have learned a great deal in this process. As a result, we have written a new Swine Management Services (SMS) benchmarking program that incorporates some of the knowledge we have gained over the last four years. This new program will retain everything that is in the current farm benchmarking program, plus new parity benchmarking reports and charts. read more

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