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Scheduling Irrigation by Corn Water Use

Critical Stages for Irrigation Timing ...

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Precision Planting 2020 PTI Results – mSet® Multi-Genetic Planting Study

Objective: To analyze the yield and economic benefit of implementing mSet® single meter multi-genetic technology to place specific corn hybrids for individual spatial management zones. mSet® is an upgradeable product to vSet® meters and vDrive® controller, which couples a seed selector added to...

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2021 | Weather Outlook

The 2021 weather outlook in a few cities throughout the US. ...

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Corn Day 1-28

The first 28 days of a corn plant’s life (~ 350 GDUs), is a very critical period in its overall success and setting it up to reach maximum yield potential. When scouting a newly planted cornfield, it is important to understand the fundamental growth habits and what the plant should look like above...

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Corn - Genetics X Environment

Every season presents unique growing conditions and environments. Utilizing genetic diversity with our Field GX™ families will minimize risk and bring greater yields....

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Creating a Roadmap to 300-Bushel Corn

While achieving average corn yields of 300 bushels per acre (BPA) isn’t typical, it is possible for today’s most progressive growers....

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Prioritizing Fields

Be sure to prioritize corn fields for harvesting by maturity and standability as harvest continues. Scout fields regularly as the fall progresses, and/or rely on your seed provider to check fields and provide insight on any fields that may need to be harvested first. Hybrids will vary on late season...

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MAXIMIZE YIELD BY MINIMIZING
LIMITING YIELD FACTORS

AgriGold Yield Masters have discovered a once hidden yield limiting factor in corn plants....

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How To Handle Potential N Loss

The last several years have taught us that Mother Nature will always reign supreme. It’s time for us to evaluate what has transpired so far and determine if we need to alter any crop management decisions. Wet patterns will force a lot of growers to question how much nitrogen they possibly could ha...

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Late Herbicide Applications and
Herbicide Carryover Considerations

A wet and prolonged planting season may cause some herbicide applications to happen later in the season than what was planned. Now that we are in early July, we need to start considering plantback restrictions as well as the growth stage and rapid crop development in summertime heat. Glyphosate Late...

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Leveraging Genetic Diversity
to Maximize Each Acre

Genetics are the foundation of any hybrid’s performance....

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Greensnap

Greensnap, also known as “Brittle Snap” or “Brittle Corn” is the breaking of corn plants during a period of rapid growth & development due to extreme wind events. ...

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Foliar Fungicides

Why & When to use a foliar Fungicide ...

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Greensnap Tech Guide

Greensnap, also known as “Brittle Snap” or “Brittle Corn” is the breaking of corn plants during a period of rapid growth & development due to extreme wind events. ...

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Soybean Gall Midge

Resseliella maxima (Gagné) is a new midge species first confirmed in 2011, much is still unknown. ...

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Green snap in corn

It is that time of year when we hear about green snap occurring in corn. Last year, we came off a very cool April into an unusually warm May/June which caused the corn to grow very rapidly in a short time making it more vulnerable to green snap. This year, a combination of mild temperatures, plentif...

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Black Cutworm in Corn

Lifecycle and Damage ...

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