Historical archive Covering the May 12, 2000 "St. Nazianz Storm" and Recovery  

Agronomy- Hail as of 5/24/00

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Crop Management Decisions Following Hail Damage 
(Update 5/24/00)

                                        S.R. Hendrickson, Agricultural Agent, UW Extension

 

Alfalfa and Red Clover Re-growth

Signs of re-growth were found on 5/25. Trash has to be brushed aside and one has to look closely. Red clover re-growth is ahead of alfalfa re-growth.  Dr. Joe Lauer, UW Extension Agronomist, also viewed locally hail-damaged fields on 5/25. He also suggests that we need to be patient with recovery on these fields. Heat units and sunlight should make a difference.

Soybeans

  Rotary hoeing is encouraged on crusted fields if emerging beans are unable to penetrate.

Hay for Sale

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Jack Suchomel (683-3707)

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Jerome Herrmann (732-3990)

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Elmer Dvorachek (756-2086)

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Mike Rankin (929-3171)

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Algie Fenendael (837-2929)

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Mark Denor (732-3643)

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Tisch Mills and Harpts Lake (776-1277)

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Don Reichwaldt (726-4604)

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Dave Fleichstad (929-3239)

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Jim Hansen (894-3095)

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Don VandenHeuvel (833-7104)

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John Quackenboss (999-4803)

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Mark Giese (754-4632)

 

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