Arkansas Rice: It’s a Jungle Out There, and There Are No Easy Answers

🕔Jun 15, 2018Crop Progress “It’s a jungle out there, kiddies.  Have a very fruitful day.”  The rice and the weeds are both growing rapidly under the hot, sunny conditions.  Many growers are […]

Minnesota Corn: Sidedressing Nitrogen – 4 Considerations

🕔Jun 13, 2018Most corn in Minnesota is between V3 and V8 and developing rapidly now with most fields around V5-V6. Up to this point corn has taken up around 20 to 25 […]

Pennsylvania Corn: Is Your Nitrogen Still There?

🕔Jun 7, 2018There are many environmental factors that can lead to nitrogen losses, and nitrogen that is applied to a field significantly earlier than it will be utilized by the crop is […]

Minnesota Corn: Mastering the Pre-Sidedress Nitrate Test – Podcast

🕔Jun 6, 2018The pre-sidedress nitrate test (PSNT) is a tool for making decisions on supplemental nitrogen application. Taken during June prior to side-dress N application around the V6 stage of corn growth, […]

Corn: Nitrogen – In-Season Application and Testing – DTN

🕔May 30, 2018EDITOR’s NOTE: Becoming better nitrogen (N) managers in corn production starts with planning. In this article, originally written in 2017, agronomist Dan Davidson walks us through how to account for […]

Arkansas Rice: Drift Issues; Preflood N Management

🕔May 28, 2018Crop Progress We’re basically planted up, and what’s been planted for at least 5-7 days is emerged.  No more planting and emergence figures!  It’s a good feeling right now as […]

Minnesota Corn: Late Spring Nitrogen Concerns – Video

🕔May 23, 2018Continued wet weather and increasing temperatures in southern Minnesota are raising concerns about potential nitrogen fertilizer loss. Extension Educator Brad Carlson discusses how the risks of nitrogen loss differ with […]

Arkansas Rice: Flood Time Is Near, Keep Watch for Rice Weevils

🕔May 21, 2018Crop Progress Scattered rainfall across the state this week certainly has things looking up.  Not for everyone though as rain totals ranged from only a few tenths to a few […]

Illinois Corn: A Fast Start for the 2018 Crop

🕔May 21, 2018We worried our way through the cool month of April, with 32 percent of corn and only 7 percent of soybean acres planted by April 29, and nothing emerged. During […]

Arkansas Rice: Time to Flood? Weather Causing Shifting Management Strategies

🕔May 11, 2018Crop Progress Flush’em if you got’em.  It’s hot, and it’s dry.  The current conditions of highs in the upper 80s to low 90s look to continue until some rain chances […]

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