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2021 Cornell Guide for Integrated Field Crop Management Now Available

Cornell Field Crops and the Pesticide Management Education Program (PMEP) at Cornell University is pleased to announce the availability of the 2021Cornell Guide for Integrated Field Crop Management. 

Written by Cornell University specialists, this publication is designed to offer producers, seed and chemical dealers, and crop consultants practical information on growing and managing field corn, forages, small grains, and soybeans. Topics covered include nutrient management, soil health, variety selection, and common field crop pest concerns. A preview of the Field Crops Guide can be seen online at https://cropandpestguides.cce.cornell.edu. 

Highlighted changes in the 2021 Cornell Field Crops Guide include: 

  • Revised pesticide options for economically important field crop pests.
  • Updated corn, forage, and small grain variety trial and research data. 
  • New information on barley disease control. 
  • Revised insect IPM information and insecticide tables throughout the guide. 

 Cornell Crop and Pest Management Guidelines are available as a print copy, online-only access, or a package combining print and online access. The print edition of the 2021Field Crops Guide costs $32 plus shipping. Online-only access is $32. A combination of print and online access costs $45 plus shipping costs for the printed book. 

Cornell Guidelines can be obtained through your local Cornell Cooperative Extension office or from the Cornell Store at Cornell University. To order from the Cornell Store, call (844) 688-7620 or order online at https://www.cornellstore.com/books/cornell-cooperative-ext-pmep-guidelines.  

 

Kacey Deamer

Kacey is the Cornell Small Farms Program’s communications specialist. In this role, she manages all storytelling and outreach across the program’s website, social media, e-newsletter, magazine and more. Kacey has worked in communications and journalism for more than a decade, with a primary focus on science and sustainability.