A new set of projects is underway this summer as part of the Iowa State University On-Farm Research and Demonstration Program (ISU OFR&D). Field days and other events will showcase a number of these this summer. The Iowa State University OFR&D Program supports teams made up of producers and Iowa State University faculty, staff, or graduate students to carry out projects on a wide range of topics related to conservation and sustainability. Ten projects received funding for 2007, the second year of the program. Topics range from soil quality to apple disease to soybean cyst nematode.
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Exner, Rick, "Field days from the Iowa State University On-Farm Research and Demonstration Program" (2007). Integrated Crop Management News. 1025.
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