Joe Bolte, Beck’s Hybrids Practical Farm Research (PFR®) Technician & Herbicide Specialist, evaluates different pre-emergent and post-emergent herbicide programs with XtendFlex® soybeans.
Tags: Agronomy, herbicide insights, xtendflex
There are many options available in an Xtendflex® system. Which one will you be utilizing on your operation?
Categories: Agronomy, Agronomy Talk
Ben Wiegmann, Beck’s Field Sales Agronomist, reviews the details of the “Weed Management in Wheat” 2021 Herbicide Insight Plot. The purpose of this study is to determine how newer wheat herbicide labels such as Sharpen® and Zidua® SC compare to traditional wheat herbicides.
Tags: Agronomy, Wheat, herbicide insights
Check out this new video with Clayton Stufflebeam, PFR Location Lead, and Joe Bolte, PFR Technician / Herbicide Specialist, for important information regarding the TH Fabrication Row Focus Rotary Hoe.
Categories: Agronomy, S Illinois, Agronomy Talk
Tags: Agronomy, herbicide insights
Does deep tillage, with a moldboard plow, significantly reduce weed pressure? Austin Scott, Beck’s Hybrids Area Team Leader and Herbicide Specialist, reviews the influence of various tillage practices on waterhemp emergence in this 2021 Herbicide Insight plot.
When making the decision to terminate a cover crop, what method works best? Camille Lambert, Beck’s Hybrids Field Sales Agronomist, reviews three cover crop termination methods: crimping the cover crop, using a chemical control option (Roundup PowerMAX®), and a combination method of crimping + using chemical control (Roundup PowerMAX®).
Controlling weeds with cereal rye as a cover crop? What seeding rate of cereal rye provides the best weed control – 30 lb., 60 lb., or 90 lb.? Camille Lambert, Beck’s Hybrids Field Sales Agronomist, reviews the amount of waterhemp weed control each seeding rate of cereal rye had in this 2021 Herbicide Insight Study.
In this Agronomy Update, Alec Marxen, Seed Representative and Mike Blaine, Field Agronomist provide a PFR update from Gibbon, MN and a look at current corn topics including corn rootworm management.
Tags: corn, Agronomy, Fungicide, rootworm
Check out this new video with Field Agronomist, Mike Hannewald, for important information regarding fungicide decisions on soybeans.
Tags: soybeans, Agronomy, Fungicide
Check out the new video with Field Agronomist, Mike Hannewald, for important information regarding fungicide decisions on corn.
Tags: corn, Agronomy, corn fungicide
Check out this video with Field Agronomist, Camille Lambert, to learn more about her soybean branching observations.
Tags: soybeans, Agronomy, soybean branching
Over the years, Beck's has done a lot of research on different treatments with strip-till rigs, specifically broadcast vs. banding fertilizer. Check out this video from Field Agronomist, Chad Kalaher, to learn more!
Tags: corn, Agronomy, strip tillage
Check out this update from Field Agronomist, Travis Coleman, for things to consider when making R3 Fungicide Applications.
Field Agronomist, Camille Lambert, created this video guide on what to look for when scouting your fields before making a fungicide pass. Don't forget to refer to Beck's list of PFR Proven™ fungicides to help make that pass a successful one.
Tags: corn, Agronomy, Fungicide
Aaron Brooker, Field Agronomist, is at the Michigan PFR site today looking at our Sulfur Rate and Timing Study in corn.
Tags: corn, Agronomy, PFR
Soybean growth stage is very important. Check out Field Agronomist, Mike Blaine's, recent video about late vegetative management considerations.
Tags: soybeans, Agronomy
Check out this video from Travis Burnett, Field Agronomist, to learn some hot tips on increasing your odds in maximizing your ROI.
Check out this update from Dale Viktora, Field Agronomist, for considerations moving forward.
Tags: corn, Agronomy
In Field Agronomist, Camille Lambert's, recent video, she discusses the R3 fungicide application.
Check out Field Agronomist, Chad Kalaher's, recent agronomy update to learn more about the observations he has been making in regards to recent hail damage.