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crop disease history

Just saw a report from a crop specialist at Purdue about the importance of keeping a history of crop diseases in your fields and how important that is to effective weed control in the future.




That made me curious: What, to you, qualifies as a "good crop disease history" for your fields? How is new computer technology helping you keep better track of things like that, if at all?

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