Agronomy Talk

25

Mar

2019

Agronomy Talk: Corn and Soybean Early-Season Emergence

Author: Steve Gauck

So, you’ve planted your crops… now, how long do you need to wait for them to emerge?

A corn crop requires moisture to emerge, about 30 percent soil moisture at minimum. It also needs about 120 Growing Degree Days (GDD) accumulated.

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8

May

2017

Agronomy Update

Hurry Up and Wait

Author: Mark Apelt

Many areas of Ohio turned dry towards the end of April and farmers were able to get their corn and soybeans into the ground at a good pace. In fact, the USDA projected that 42 percent of all corn and 14 percent of soybeans had been planted by April 30, 2017. Then…everything came to a screeching halt as frequent rainstorms have resulted in several inches of rain covering most of the state. 

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6

May

2015

Agronomy Update

Ohio Updates From the Field: Weeds and Corn Emergence

Author: Alex Johnson

Two things I wanted to share with you this week are a list of weeds I am seeing in the field, and a way to figure how soon your crop will come up.

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