Agronomy Talk

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May

2021

Xyway Fungicide Study

Agronomy Update

Beck’s Practical Farm Research (PFR®) department is testing FMC’s new fungicide Xyway™ in a placement and timing study on corn.

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Apr

2021

New PFR Study Alert – Planting Condition Study – Large Rain Event

Agronomy Update

Camille Lambert, Field Sales Agronomist, introduces a new Practical Farm Research (PFR®) study for 2021, the Planting Conditioning Study – Large Rain Event at the Henderson, Kentucky, facility.

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8

Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: Cover Crop Termination

Can you get away with a one-pass herbicide system if you delay cover crop termination? Well, with really good biomass and a product with great residual activity, we think you can!

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8

Mar

2021

Winter Weed Control Workshop: Cover Crops

When it comes to suppressing winter annual weeds, cover crops are on your side.

Learn more about the benefit of cover crops when facing resistant weeds now. Check out the video below!

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8

Feb

2021

Agronomy Update: Corn and Soybean Planting Date & Replant Studies

2020 PFR Book Findings

The planting pass is one of the most impactful decisions a farmer has to make in a growing season. So how can you make the best planting pass to set the foundation for achieving the greatest crop success?

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4

Nov

2019

Agronomy Talk: PHYTOPHTHORA ROOT AND STEM ROT

Phytophthora root and stem rot is a common soil-borne disease in soybeans that is caused by the watermold, Phytophthora sojae. Phytophthora often occurs in poorly drained soils; it is most economically damaging in low-lying areas and fields that are prone to flooding.
 

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21

Aug

2019

Agronomy Talk: LATE-SEASON SOYBEAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

The initiation of flowering on a soybean means that the plant is transitioning into the reproductive growth stage. Most full-season soybeans enter reproductive growth approximately 45 to 55 days after planting. Double crop soybeans will typically enter reproductive growth approximately 34 to 38 days after planting. During this time, the plant has the ability to compensate for any plant injury or adverse growing conditions. Soybeans are prolific flower producers, although more than half are typically aborted prior to pod development.

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