Tennessee Cotton: Ascochyta, Herbicide Burn, Poor Stand – Should You Replant It? Jun 4, 2022

🕔Jun 4, 2022
Large rainfall events and cool weather in late May strained Tennessee’s cotton crop.  In some areas, individuals are considering replanting cotton that failed to emerge or cotton that appears to […]

Nebraska Corn, Soybeans: Assessing Plant Recovery, Replant Considerations Jun 1, 2022

🕔Jun 1, 2022
This past week was a tough one for some crops in Nebraska. Crusting, hail, wind and frost damage were observed throughout the state. When damage occurs, it may be necessary […]

Michigan Soybeans: Thin Stands Can Produce Surprisingly High Yields May 19, 2022

🕔May 19, 2022
When poor soybean emergence and thin stands occur, producers need to make timely and informed replant decisions. Accurately assessing your soybean stand and diagnosing the cause of the emergence problems are the first steps […]

Tennessee Corn, Cotton: Making the Decision to Replant, Assessing Hail Injury May 19, 2022

🕔May 19, 2022
Strong thunderstorms brought heavy rainfall and isolated hail to some areas of the MidSouth last weekend.  Reports of hail damage have not been widespread and many welcomed a rather helpful […]

Crop Insurance and Replanting Damaged Fields – DTN Jul 2, 2021

🕔Jul 2, 2021
As farmers in parts of the Corn Belt see flooded spots across fields and hail damage from the stretch of intense storms over the past week, questions about crop insurance, […]

Ohio Corn: Replanting Decisions May 28, 2021

🕔May 28, 2021
As the weather has turned warm this past week, many of our fields planted in April/early May should be emerged or be in the process of emerging. Cool temperatures paired […]

Michigan Soybeans: Delayed and Variable Emergence May 25, 2021

🕔May 25, 2021
Soybean emergence has been delayed and variable across Michigan and this has producers replanting entire fields or large areas of fields. In some cases, the replanted beans are being planted […]

Ohio Soybeans: Stand Evaluation and Re-Plant Decisions May 21, 2021

🕔May 21, 2021
Last week I checked-out our ultra-early soybean planting trials in South Charleston and Wooster (funded by Ohio Soybean Council). Both locations had soybeans planted on April 5/6 and April 28. […]

Indiana Corn: Control Of “Volunteer” Corn in a Replant Situation May 19, 2021

🕔May 19, 2021
Due to the recent cold wet weather, corn planted in April has either struggled to emerge or the corn that did emerge may have been injured by frost events or […]

Indiana Soybeans: Emergence Concerns and Replant Considerations May 18, 2021

🕔May 18, 2021
Soybean planting progress was off to a good pace in April with 24% planted by the time we flipped the calendar to May. All of that came to a screeching […]

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