Illinois Soybeans: Running On-Farm Strip Trials May 2, 2014

🕔May 2, 2014
On April 16 I posted an article on the use of nitrogen fertilizer on soybean, mentioning at the end of the article that this would be a good thing to […]

Kansas Wheat: Dry Soils, Cold Temperatures Take Toll Mar 31, 2014

🕔Mar 31, 2014
There is a wide range of wheat conditions in central Kansas so far this spring. While that’s not unusual, what is notable this year is that in a few cases […]

Mississippi Corn: Key Issues to Address at Planting Mar 25, 2014

🕔Mar 25, 2014
One word that you consistently hear associated with successful corn planting and optimal productivity is “uniformity.”

Illinois: Low March Soil Temps Not a Good Predictor of Crop Prospects Mar 20, 2014

🕔Mar 20, 2014
With hopes that we’ve seen the last of the snow by now, but both air and soil temperatures remain below average in Illinois heading into the second half of March, […]

Consider Soil Conditions Before Starting Spring Tillage – DTN Mar 18, 2014

🕔Mar 18, 2014
As spring arrives in the Corn Belt, farmers will be anxious to rush to the field and work their soil prior to planting. Just say whoa. That long, cold winter […]

Iowa: 9 Reasons to Avoid Spring Tillage Mar 14, 2014

🕔Mar 14, 2014
Generally, springtime is not an ideal time for conducting tillage because of potential negative soil and agronomic outcomes associated with tillage in wet conditions. These soil and agronomic problems are […]

Mississippi Corn: Is Super Early Planting Really Critical? Mar 13, 2014

🕔Mar 13, 2014
Cool conditions, like we had last year, may substantially retard germination and can put your crop in perilous condition.

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