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 […]
Kentucky Soybeans: High Yield Checklist Feb 25, 2014
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 […]
Indiana Corn: Yield Response to Plant Population Jan 2, 2014
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 […]