The rains this week don’t yet make our crop for the summer for dryland unless you received many... Read more.
Is there a fallow period in your crop rotation after wheat harvest? If so, you have an excellent... Read more.
Excessive rainfall and flooding in early to late spring can result in the loss of some fall- and spring-applied... Read more.
Several calls have come in about adding 28% UAN with glyphosate to kill weeds and also provide a source... Read more.
Most of Missouri received over 16 inches of rain from April to June. My rule of thumb is that well-drained... Read more.
The economic incentive to increase protein in spring wheat to avoid discounts or realize a greater... Read more.
At the recent G8 landmark “Hunger Summit” world leaders recognized the key role nutrition plays... Read more.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Many Minnesota fields have exhibited significant variation in plant growth and yellowing this... Read more.
Dry soils across Iowa from deficit precipitation following the drought in 2012 have changed to excess... Read more.
The June weather pattern in Illinois was variable, and the month is ending with rainfall totals ranging... Read more.
As this spring’s wet weather proved, unstabilized nitrogen is vulnerable to leaching and dentrification, which... Read more.
Plan. Watch. Act. Those are my key recommendations to avoid losing your shirt to nitrogen deficiency... Read more.
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