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ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Research Progress Reports
Iowa State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in partnership with ISU Extension, conducts research on Iowa farmland every year. The farm reports are annual agricultural research project updates. These articles are not final results, but progress reports on agricultural research activities.
Some of the projects are conducted at ISU and the research sites near Ames. Other projects are conducted at the outlying research farms strategically located across Iowa.
The farm reports are available through an
online database system
to assist you in accessing research progress articles.
Each article is an individual PDF (typically 100KB or less in size). You may download one PDF at a time, or select multiple articles and combine to create a custom binder report. The articles can be sorted by fields, areas, departments, or farms.
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Improving Pasture By Frost Seeding
Corn Growth and Development
Soybean Growth and Development
Late Season Corn Scouting
Mid-season Corn Scouting
Early Season Corn Scouting
Late Season Soybean Scouting
Mid-season Soybean Scouting
Early Season Soybean Scouting
Selecting Forage Species
Whole Farm Conservation Best Practices Manual
Pasture Management Guide for Livestock Producers
Field Crop Production Handbook
Soybean Growth and Development - Soybean Staging
Corn Growth and Development - Corn Staging
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