Nebraska: 4 Corn, Soybean Planting Considerations Apr 30, 2019

🕔Apr 30, 2019
Everything we do at planting sets the stage for the rest of the year. We’re blessed to have equipment that can allow for many acres to be planted in a […]

Minnesota: Corn Planting – Reduce Risk, Maximize Economic Return Apr 9, 2019

🕔Apr 9, 2019
Successful corn stand establishment is the foundation for high yield and profitability. It is driven by soil conditions during preplant tillage and planting, along with the date, depth, and rate […]

Cover Crops: 3 Concerns You May Have with Seeding – DTN Nov 12, 2015

🕔Nov 12, 2015
Seeding fall covers requires innovation, planning and time. Mostly we seem to run out of the later when it comes to seeding covers. The snow is starting to fly here, […]

Texas: How Moving Through Wet Fields can Hurt Your Yields Nov 5, 2015

🕔Nov 5, 2015
We are approaching that time of the year when Texas row crop producers are preparing for Winter wheat planting or nutrient applications for next year’s cotton, corn, and sorghum. Producers […]

Kentucky Corn: Planting Date Not as Important as Good Soil Conditions Apr 9, 2015

🕔Apr 9, 2015
Chad Lee, Extension Agronomist, University of Kentucky For many producers, spring planting is late. While everyone is anxious to get a crop planted, corn yield may not be as tied […]

Winter Weather: El Nino Having Influence? — DTN Jan 5, 2015

🕔Jan 5, 2015
The early weather trends of North America’s 2014-15 winter can be described as variable, volatile, or simply one of change. Following a very cold November which gave an early taste […]

Minnesota: Soybean, Corn Seedling Diseases Increase with Rainfall Jun 18, 2014

🕔Jun 18, 2014
Most of the soybean and corn crop is emerged and growing well across Minnesota. Seedling disease problems in scattered soybean and corn fields have been reported in early June and […]

Pennsylvania Soybeans: Considerations for Delayed Planting Jun 18, 2014

🕔Jun 18, 2014
Persistent weather challenges, and delayed small grain maturity for some double-crop growers, have some producers looking at strategies to get a better result from less than ideal conditions. Soil Considerations […]

Tennessee Corn, Soybeans: Nitrogen Loss in Saturated Soils Jun 13, 2014

🕔Jun 13, 2014
Soil scientists estimate you lose 3 to 4 percent of the nitrate in the soil per day of saturation, after the first two days.

North Carolina Corn: What to Do About Yellow Plants? May 8, 2014

🕔May 8, 2014
Yellow corn has been a hot topic.  Green/yellow corn plants are present within the same row.  A distance of green plants is followed with a distance of yellow plants.  A […]

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