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Volunteer Corn in Soybean Fields Can Impact Next Year's Corn Management Decisions
Todd Vagts, Agronomist ~ At the time I am writing this article, the line of Republican candidates vying for the presidential nomination looks similar to the many soybean fields I've observed this summer that are full of volunteer corn. Similar to the candidates, you may have a soybean field full of unwanted plants vying for your attention. Fortunately for the presidential nominations, as winter transitions into spring the candidate list will become smaller and the issues faced now will be forgotten. Yet this is not the desired outcome for soybean fields infested with volunteer corn....
Insects and Winter
Rich Peters, Agronomist ~ What is the prognosis for insect survival this winter? First of all, insects have been on this earth longer than humans and have developed many mechanisms to adapt to and survive varying weather conditions. Regardless of winter conditions, insect numbers may be reduced but the insect species will not be eliminated....
Fall Residue Management
Joe Bunck, Agronomist ~ Residue management begins at crop harvest. The most important residue tool, the chopper, is attached to the back of the combine. As yields increase....
Channel Agronomy Notes - November 2015
7/4/2022 02:04:43 am
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