Hundley-Whaley Research Center

Demonstrations and research at the 375-acre Hundley-Whaley Research Center are made possible through the generosity of Elma Hundley and Lulu Whaley. Projects focus on the best management practices and economics for corn and soybeans. The research center is noted for excellence in pesticide evaluations and comparisons. Projects with a sustainable agriculture orientation are emphasized.

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Managing the Most Precious Resource

Producers are increasingly hearing about how using no-till and cover crops will help benefit soil health. But what actually is going on in the ground below your feet when these practices happen?…

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The Info Farmers Need

Planting has begun at Bradford Research Center in Columbia. For other farmers across the state, the Horizon Point email system can be a great tool to monitor weather patterns and know when to plant.…

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Planting Progress

With 26 percent of the Missouri corn crop planted, farmers are right on target, said University of Missouri Extension specialists Bill Wiebold and Brent Myers of the College of Agriculture, Food and…

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The Secrets of Soil

Producers are increasingly hearing about how using no-till and cover crops will help benefit soil health. But what actually is going on in the ground below your feet when these practices happen?…

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Virtual Tour of Hundley-Whaley Research Center