Indiana Corn: Active Tar Spot Found, Time To Scout for Diseases Jul 9, 2021

🕔Jul 9, 2021
Early planted corn in Indiana is reaching mid- to late-vegetative stages and some tasseling in the south. Therefore, it is time to start monitoring for diseases to make an informed […]

Indiana: Soybean’s Wet Feet – Recovery or Rescue? Jul 9, 2021

🕔Jul 9, 2021
Early in June we were discussing the possibility of drought intensifying causing issues with stand establishment and early rooting and nodule development. However, we caught enough spotty showers to get […]

Indiana Corn: Potential Impacts of Recent Flooding on Growth, Yield Jul 7, 2021

🕔Jul 7, 2021
Over the last couple weeks, portions of Indiana have received significant rainfall amounts that have approached > than 5-6 in. With this occurrence of heavy rainfall, the risk of potential […]

Indiana: “Flattened” Corn Caused By Wind Damage – Now What? Jul 1, 2021

🕔Jul 1, 2021
Recent storms that have crossed parts of Indiana have brought excessive winds which has resulted in corn being “flattened” from lodging or leaning in certain areas of the state. At […]

Indiana: Purdue Weed Day, Lafayette, June 24 Jun 10, 2021

🕔Jun 10, 2021
The Purdue Weed Science team is hosting an educational field day for farmers, agricultural industry professionals, Extension educators, consultants and others who apply herbicides. Purdue Weed Day will be held June 24th, […]

Indiana Corn: Why Are My Leaves Silver? Jun 9, 2021

🕔Jun 9, 2021
Forecasts of unusually low temperatures in late May or early June can set off warning bells for corn growers and lead to fearmongering about frost damage to young corn. Even […]

Indiana Corn: The Many Colors of Early Season Crops Jun 9, 2021

🕔Jun 9, 2021
Over the last couple weeks in central Indiana, average air temperatures have increased by 28% to an average of 78°F and then again decreased by 33% to an average of […]

Indiana Corn: Switching To Hybrids Without Rootworm Protection For Late Planted Crops? Jun 9, 2021

🕔Jun 9, 2021
In some parts of the state, delayed planting – or re-planting – of corn is a reality. Some producers may be attempting to switch to shorter day hybrids, including some […]

Corn Growth Stages VE To V3 – What’s Going On? Jun 8, 2021

🕔Jun 8, 2021
As much of the corn across the state of Indiana has emerged and is beginning early vegetative growth, it is important to understand the characteristics of these early growth stages […]

Indiana: Hemp Growers Need To Be Aware Of Regulatory Changes Jun 8, 2021

🕔Jun 8, 2021
This growing season marks the first year of commercial hemp production in Indiana. As a reminder, hemp growers do not need to design a research project to obtain a license, […]

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