January 19, 2017 | George Silva | Aerial imaging using drones versus small aircraft and satellite imagery for natural and agricultural resource monitoring and management will be highlighted at this event.
Charles Krasnow, Mary Hausbeck, Alexandria Bryant, William R. Morrison III , Benjamin Werling, Nicole Quinn, Zsofia Szendrei, and Amanda Buchanan | This bulletin describes the multiple diseases that affect cucurbit crops.
B. Zandstra, and E. Grafius | The average yield of U.S. No. l pungent yellow onions in Michigan is 16.5 tons (660 50-lb bags) per acre. With irrigation and good cultural practices, it is possible to obtain marketable yields of 20 to 25 tons (800 to 1,000 50-lb bags) per acre.
Ben Werling, and Curtis Talley, Michigan State University Extension | Michigan has ranked second or third nationally in asparagus production since the last cost of production study was conducted in 2009. In 2015, Michigan growers harvested 22 million pounds of asparagus from 8,900 acres valued at $19.7 million.