Karl Ohm

Karl
Ohm
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Timely Tax Tips
For the 2007 tax year, you may want to examine several key items, such as Section 179 deductions and income averaging
What To Do With Residue?
Today's corn hybrids leave virtual tree trunks in a combine's wake. Managing stalk residue ranks as one of the chief
Rotations On Trial
Time has, indeed, been on the side of a comprehensive and large crop rotation experiment in southwest Wisconsin. It was
Virtual Farming Comes Of Age
You could say John Norman has gone underground. His fascination with cause and effect has led the University of
Prime Enzymes
Unlocking and converting starch into simpler sugars so yeast can ferment them into ethanol is all in a day's work for
In Pursuit Of Precision
Just a few years ago Gerald Thompson, a cash grain producer near Colfax, IL, began using a global positioning system
Facts About Your Tax
It's never too early to plan ahead with your tax advisor to discuss some strategies. For the 2006 tax year, you may
Tackling Soybean Aphids
With their quick and explosive ability to reproduce in vast numbers, tiny soybean aphids qualify as a heavyweight in
Encroaching Western Bean Cutworm
For many corn and dry bean producers west of the Mississippi River, the western bean cutworm (WBC) has become an all
Sharpen Your Tax Skills
While tax time may be just around the corner, the good news is that you won't be facing a huge onslaught of new changes
On The Fast Track
Much of the success in using precision farming practices hinges on gathering crop and pest information and then
More Checks For Biotech
While the European Union still watches with a hesitant eye, the interest and demand for biotech grains continue to make
Chasing High Yields
With last year's bin-busting record corn and soybean harvest, you might think it's a bit premature to think about
Super Gene Expedition
For the past three years, two researchers at the University of Illinois have been on a genetic expedition that has led
WHIP White Mold
White mold, which can survive in soil eight or more years, has become one of the most damaging pathogens of soybeans in

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