One of the most common questions we get from growers this time of year is what seeding rate should be used in their crops. The amount of seed used to […]
Most, if not all, of the fields being planted to sorghum are non-irrigated, and this changes things in terms of plant population.
Several things should be considered when assessing a potential re-plant situation. The number of healthy plants in the field should be considered first and foremost.
Recipes to boost soybean yields often include everything but the kitchen sink — a pinch of sugar here, a fungicide application there. A study to determine if all those ingredients […]
Based on the responses to the Corn High Yield Checklist we decided to define the key parameters to getting high soybean yields. You will see a lot of similar points […]
Two Purdue Extension agronomists are seeking farmers to collaborate in on-farm, field-scale research trials to study corn plant populations and nitrogen management. Corn specialist Bob Nielsen and soil fertility specialist […]
Purdue Extension agronomists have published research updates regarding corn plant populations and nitrogen management guidelines for Indiana growers. Plant populations and nitrogen rates are hot topics in agriculture as input […]
One of the reasons that the topic of seeding rates is a popular one in coffee shops, Internet chat rooms, the farm press, and crop seminars is that variable rate […]