Whether you are thinking about trying strip-till or already using strip-till in your farming operation, the question of timing comes up—fall or spring? There are many factors that go into this decision, […]
Weather has affected the transition from cool-season to warm-season forage growth, and producers should be doing what they can to help Bermuda grass emerge and maximize growth, said a Texas A&M […]
Indiana: When to Plant Corn Apr 8, 2020
The decision about when to begin planting corn depends on your ultimate goal. If your goal is to simply check out the operation of the planter or the “fitness” of […]
March rainfall in Illinois ranged from normal to a couple of inches above normal, but the last week of March and first week of April have been relatively dry, and […]
Many producers are having to replant corn due to poor stands. There are three main ways to remove a failed corn stand.
In the past two weeks, instances of true armyworms (TAW) in wheat, corn and pastures have increased across the state.
For many with an interest in ag markets, this has been another unpleasant week of watching grain and livestock prices slide lower, struggling to find any interest from the demand […]
The Prospective Plantings report, released on March 31, indicated producer intentions to plant almost 97 million acres of corn in 2020. Under current planting intentions and consumption trends, a massive corn supply […]
There are many seedling diseases that affect corn and soybeans. These diseases can reduce root development, nutrient and water uptake, plant growth, and in severe cases, kill seedlings. One of the biggest issues […]
Georgia Weeds: 3 Reoccurring Herbicide Questions Apr 3, 2020
Got a few reoccurring questions over the last week, so I thought I would share a few thoughts with you.