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White mold more common, what’s your plan for 2016?

This is the third year in a row that growers in the northern half of Nebraska have seen white mold or Sclerotinia Stem Rot develop to some degree in their fields. Prior to this period, we would have suggested this to be a less common disease. As our weather patterns continue to be in flux, there is really no way to forecast whether 2016 will or won’t be conducive for this disease.

Crop Fertility

Revising fertilizer recommendations for corn, soybean and wheat

Ohio State is in the process of updating the Tri-State Recommendations, looking specifically at N, P and K in corn, soybean and wheat. This is a major undertaking that will require a collective effort from numerous extension personnel, crop consultants and farmer cooperators.


Focus on soybean acreage

The surveys conducted by the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) in June revealed that producers had planted or intended to plant 85.1 million acres of soybeans in 2015. The extremely wet weather in June resulted in a July re-survey of those producers in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Texas who had indicated in the June survey that they had intended acres that were not yet planted.


Soybean grower breaks 100 bushels for third year in a row

Desha County producer Matt Miles has broken the 100-bushel-per-acre barrier for the third year in a row, despite a departure from the atypical weather conditions that helped him and four other Arkansans pass the yield milestone during the last two growing seasons.


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