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Thursday, October 13, 2011

MSU News for Ag - Fruit 10/11/11

Review of 2011 fruit season in southwest Michigan

Oct 11, 2011 | Mark Longstroth, Bill Shane and Diane Brown | A wet spring and dry summer created an interesting growing season for fruit in southwest Michigan this year.

Michigan Oil and Gas Newsletter

Oct 10, 2011 | Curtis Talley | Oil and Gas Newsletter discusses royalty, liability issues, proposed State of Michigan mineral rights auction and hydraulic fracturing regulations.

It is not too late to plant cover crops

Oct 10, 2011 | Christina Curell | Cereal rye is a hardy versatile plant that is one of the best choices for Michigan farmers to use as a cover crop.

Successful Breakfast on the Farm held in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Oct 6, 2011 | Mary Dunckel | Over 1,000 people experienced life on a modern dairy farm in Pickford, Michigan.

Plan now for winter storage of pesticides

Oct 5, 2011 | Christina Curell | Now is the time for producers to plan their pesticide storage for the winter.

Michigan’s Right To Farm celebrates 30 years

Oct 5, 2011 | Wayne Whitman, Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, and Roberta Osborne | The Right to Farm Act affects everyone. A wide variety of crop and livestock production strengthens our farm economy and helps to enhance the natural environment.
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