As we tackle the issues of weed resistance management, weeds like marestail have been very problematic this season. One of the factors that made marestail harder to control in burndown applications this spring was that winter 2022-23 was mild, allowing the marestail to develop to a more advanced growth stage by the time of application. […][More]
Cover Crop Burndown and Maximizing Yield The use of cover crops and their value has increased over the past number of years. However, many questions come up about how and when is the best time to burn down those cover crops. There has been some adoption of planting green into more mature cereals, and the […][More]
Entering a spring where costs are higher on most inputs in crop production leads to many discussions with growers about fertility inputs for this season. The first and most important recommendation is to focus on balancing nutrients between the different elements. Because many vital nutrients are co-dependent, keeping the overall balance of nutrients in […][More]
As we enter the hot humid days of summer, our corn crop is going through the critical process of pollination. In this article we’ll discuss some of the critical temperatures and moisture issues that can have an impact on pollination. Corn is a monoecious crop that relies on the flower pollinating the silks to complete […][More]
Since your corn crop is off to a great start, it is time to evaluate if all your nutrient needs have been set up to achieve high yields. Foundational fertility is always the essential link to building higher yields. If you’ve tested your soils and applied the necessary nutrients, what’s next? The secret to […][More]
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