Michigan: When to Replant Soybeans After a Frost May 29, 2020

🕔May 29, 2020
In 2020, spring officially started on March 19 but for many regions across southeast Michigan through mid-May, that didn’t translate to warmer temperatures. According to the Michigan State University Enviroweather […]

Illinois: Getting Through a Late Frost with Corn and Soybeans May 18, 2020

🕔May 18, 2020
Temperatures over most of Illinois dropped to the upper 20s or low 30s on Saturday morning, May 9. This resulted in damage or even death to emerged and emerging corn […]

Indiana: First Comes Frost, Then Comes Blight May 15, 2020

🕔May 15, 2020
While corn planting progress is way ahead of the miserable 2019 planting season, Indiana’s corn crop has already experienced more than its fair share of misery. Most of April and […]

Pennsylvania: The Risk for Chilling Injury in Corn and Soybeans May 15, 2020

🕔May 15, 2020
The general consensus is that for proper germination of corn and soybean seeds, we should have a minimum soil temperature of 50 degrees Fahrenheit. But what happens when we plant […]

Minnesota: Preemergence herbicide injury on soybeans… Or maybe not? May 15, 2020

🕔May 15, 2020
Many soybeans in southern Minnesota were ready to emerge when the recent cold weather brought concerns of both frost and herbicide injury. Most soybeans were still below ground and protected […]

Iowa: How to Recover from Frosted Corn May 14, 2020

🕔May 14, 2020
Years like this, when corn-planting progress is ahead of normal and we get really optimistic about it, frost raises its ugly head. In the NW corner of Iowa, about a […]

North Plains Soybeans: Drying, Storage Could Be Challenging Oct 11, 2019

🕔Oct 11, 2019
A challenging soybean harvest this fall is raising many storage and drying questions, according to Ken Hellevang, an agricultural engineer with North Dakota State University Extension. According to the National […]

Ohio Corn: Will Late Fields Reach Black Layer Before a Killing Frost? Sep 24, 2019

🕔Sep 24, 2019
Ohio saw record late corn planting in 2019.  According to the Agricultural Statistics Service, only 33% of Ohio’s corn was planted by June 2.  The question being asked now is […]

Indiana Corn: Delayed Grain Maturity, Frost/Freeze Worries Sep 20, 2019

🕔Sep 20, 2019
Given the near record late planting of the 2019 Indiana corn crop and the continuing agony of delayed development of the crop, much of the coffeeshop talk down at Cecil’s […]

Stress – Coping With Uncertainty Ahead Of Harvest And Frost – DTN Aug 29, 2019

🕔Aug 29, 2019
It’s the billion-dollar question on everyone’s mind. Over gas station coffee or six-packs of beer, in farm-store aisles or church pews, the dreaded F-word is dominating conversations in the Corn […]

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