North Carolina Soybeans: Late Planting Options Jun 4, 2020

🕔Jun 4, 2020
Many growers are now planting soybeans later than they intended to. Whether it is because wet weather prevented fields from getting planted in the first place or excessive wet weather […]

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 […]

Pennsylvania: How to Make Wise Replanting Decisions May 29, 2020

🕔May 29, 2020
This year, cooler-than-usual temperatures from April into May slowed early planted corn and soybean emergence, and left seed and seedlings vulnerable to diseases and pests like Pythium and slugs. Part […]

Tennessee Soybeans: Planting, Replanting, and Supplementing Weak Stands May 29, 2020

🕔May 29, 2020
Currently, less than half of our soybean acres are planted, and as growers make the switch to beans, too much rain and warm temperatures are causing a few headaches with […]

North Carolina Cotton: Failed Stand. Now What? May 27, 2020

🕔May 27, 2020
Unfortunately, last week’s rain proved too much for many cotton fields. For those pondering their replant options, here are some points to consider: 1. Regardless of replant crop, you must […]

Dicamba Cutoffs Coming Too Soon for Some Farmers – DTN May 26, 2020

🕔May 26, 2020
Between a Mother’s Day freeze and recent flooding, many soybean acres in the Midwest may need to be replanted in the weeks to come. Growers with dicamba-tolerant Xtend soybeans should […]

Indiana Corn: Replanting? Controlling “Volunteer” Corn. May 22, 2020

🕔May 22, 2020
Due to the recent cold wet weather, corn planted in late April has either struggled to emerge or the corn that did emerge may have been severely injured by frost […]

Arkansas: When to Make the Difficult Decision of Replanting Cotton May 20, 2020

🕔May 20, 2020
Recommendation:  A minimum stand of 1.5 plants per row foot (38” rows) is recommended.  On irrigated fields, it may be possible to accept a uniform stand of 1 plant per […]

Illinois Corn, Soybeans: Considerations for Replanting May 7, 2020

🕔May 7, 2020
Both corn and soybean planting progressed at about normal speed into May, with 56 percent of the Illinois corn crop and 31 percent of the Illinois soybean crop planted by […]

North Carolina Soybeans: Making Smart Replanting Decisions – Video May 4, 2020

🕔May 4, 2020
Making the decision to replant soybeans can be a challenge. Knowing the facts about your existing soybean stand and its yield potential can help you decide what to do. In […]

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