Agronomy

Round-Up Ready Alfalfa Wins!

Aug 03, 2020

Alfalfa is gaining popularity as a forage, especially Round-Up Ready Alfalfa, because of the feed value per pound. Late August is a great time to establish. It can be challenging, but if you follow some very simple steps it can be a winner!  

Powdery Mildew is a Big Problem for Cucurbits

Jul 27, 2020

One of the biggest issues we face today in Cucurbits is powdery mildew. This article will shed some light on the issue and the information you need to control it.  

Be Your Own Crop Scout

Jul 20, 2020

The demands on a farmer’s time can be never ending.  Accounting, marketing, mechanic work, landowner relations, and don’t forget about farming.  With all of the hats farmers have to wear, it’s no surprise that sometimes one of the most important jobs on the farm goes undone - scouting fields.  For the row crop farmer, the actual crop in the field is the main source of income for the operation.   

Five Ways FieldView™ Can Save You Time During Growing Season

Jul 13, 2020

With the rush of planting in the side view mirror for most corn, soybean, and cotton farmers, attention quickly turns to keeping track of the health and progress of crops across your operation.   

Viewing your field’s profitability with AgSolver in Incompass

Jul 08, 2020

AgSolver is a new feature available in Incompass that allows growers to see their field in ways they never have before. AgSolver takes all the data you have been collecting for years and usesing it to see calculate the true profitability of your farming operation.  

Brush control

Jun 29, 2020

Each farmstead across our great state has, somewhere on it, unwanted briars and/or brambles of small brush, perhaps in a pasture field or a fencerow. So, the dilemma becomes when is the optimum time to spray to control it. Interestingly, the optimum time is mid-July.  

Role of nutrients in soybeans

Jun 22, 2020

Nutrient functions in plants, like in humans or any other living creature, are essential for life to exist. They must be held in balance for plants to remain healthy and productive.  There are sixteen essential nutrients required for plant growth with three of them — carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen — being provided by the environment.  The other thirteen nutrients must come from the soil or be applied.   

Try Take Off LS to Energize Your Crops

Jun 15, 2020

Verdesian’s Take Off® LS is a revolutionary nutrient management technology that helps build bigger, stronger plants.  

Will Early-Season Rain Affect Insect Populations?

Jun 08, 2020

As with any year, pest pressure is unpredictable, but there are three things to keep in mind when it comes to managing insects following cool springs and heavy early-season rain.

Plan Now for Double-Crop Soybean Success

Jun 01, 2020

As the 2019-20 wheat crop continues to mature, now is a good time to start thinking about strategies to establish a successful soybean crop once the wheat is harvested. While we have enjoyed superb double-crop soybean yields in recent years, in any given year this cropping system can present numerous challenges.

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