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Wheat Growers Insights for Field and Farm
As we get closer to harvest there are a few reasons you should spend a little time in your corn fields.
The first reason is to document any diseases and weak stalks so that these fields can be a priority to combine first. Second, is to get an idea of a hybrids performance, and the third reason is to get a idea of
On August 25th Wheat Growers will be holding plot tours at each agronomy locations local plot. This is a great chance to discuss new traits and genetics, as well as look at how varieties have been performing. This is also a great chance to visit with your agronomist about fall plans. Soil sampling, strip till, double shot, and fall
As Jay stated earlier aphid numbers are on the rise, some fields in my area around Aberdeen have aphid numbers of 1000+. Fields that have been treated with a insecticide with a good residual are holding good.
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