The Agronomic Crops (AgCrops) Team was formed in 1995 to provide an Extension program that linked all disciplines together to provide an integrated delivery mechanism designed to address corn, soybean, wheat, and forage producer needs in a timely manner. The AgCrops Team is comprised of approximately 40 core members, including county Extension educators, water quality specialists, field specialists, and state specialists. Specialists cover crop management, entomology, weed science, agricultural engineering, and soil fertility for all major field crops (corn, soybean, small grains, and alfalfa). The team represents six departments within CFAES (Extension, Horticulture and Crop Science, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering, Plant Pathology, and Entomology). The team meets weekly over Zoom during the growing season and every other week during the winter and in-person twice per year. The team is co-led by: Laura Lindsey (Horticulture and Crop Science), Stephanie Karhoff (Extension), and Amanda Douridas (Extension).