Feed & Forage Production

With the recent weather, the chances of flooded forages are real. This article explains what can be done to minimize the detrimental effects of all th... Learn More
Harvest practices may influence how well some perennial forage legumes recover
Severe droughts, like the one experienced in 2020, are likely to become more frequent in the future. Results from this study suggest that harvest prac... Learn More
Cost-saving measures and good practices that address crop needs
Cost-saving measures; they’re good practices that addresses crop needs (and environmental quality) that make sense whether fertilizer is in the $1000 ... Learn More
With all of New Hampshire still in either Moderate or Severe drought for several months, producers are faced with a set of challenges that includes wa... Learn More
It’s been a dry season; preciption has been below normal since March, and most locations are seeing 25% or less of their normal preciptiation this wee... Learn More
In November 2019, we posted an update about hemp production in NH in this blog, and promised additional updates as they become available. We have news... Learn More
Dr. Tom Davis (UNH Professor of Plant Biology/Genetics) would like to study evolved resistance to glyphosate-containing herbicides (i.e., Roundup). He... Learn More
In March 2019, we wrote a blog post here describing the current status of hemp production in the state. You can read the post here, but the take-home ... Learn More
It wasn’t all that long ago that the acres of bare soil going into the winter far outnumbered the acres with some kind of cover crop. You’d look acros... Learn More
The NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food (Department) and UNH Cooperative Extension have been fielding inquiries about growing hemp in the... Learn More