Corn: 6 Replant Considerations May 4, 2020
he decision to replant a field of corn because of poor stand establishment or severe damage to an otherwise good looking field of corn is often not an easy one […]
Judging from recent conversations there will be a significant number of corn acres that will need to be replanted. The long cold and wet spell apparently has greatly hindered getting […]
Many producers are having to replant corn due to poor stands. There are three main ways to remove a failed corn stand.
Mississippi Field Reports: Lots of Replanting, Crops in Generally Good Condition but Late Jun 25, 2019
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 23, 2019. Comments from Cooperative Extension Service County Agents James Shannon, Pontotoc County “Heavy rains have required replanting of soybean and […]
Missouri: Corn, Soybean Survival After Flooding May 30, 2019
The extreme 2019 rainfall events have created record, or near record, river levels across many locations in the state. Many rivers and creeks across a wide geography of Missouri have […]
I’ve spent the past several days walking replants and fielding last minute variety placement/selection questions. This post covers a few thoughts I’d like to share concerning replants, variety maturity, and […]
With so much of the planting season left ahead of farmers this spring, it can be hard to focus on the few corn acres that are in — but they […]
If there’s one thing for certain in farming, it’s that you can never really predict the weather. Kansas State University cropping systems specialist Ignacio Ciampitti says this spring’s conditions have […]
As of May 20, an estimated 27 percent of Iowa’s soybean crop is planted according to the USDA-NASS Iowa Crop Progress Report. Early-planted soybeans have been exposed to stressful conditions following […]
Bobby Golden, Jason Bond and Trent Irby talk replant considerations in soybeans.