Agronomy Talk

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May

2015

S. Indiana - Steve Gauck, CCA

Scout & Evaluate Planting

Author: Steve Gauck

Wheat can become the forgotten crop this time of year. We had a tough winter, but overall wheat looks good. As you scout your wheat, keep an eye out for leaf diseases and any weeds that may have escaped. If you only scout wheat once, make sure to pay close attention at flowering. If we have wet weather, make sure to apply a fungicide for head scab! 

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20

May

2015

S. Illinois & Missouri - Jonathan Perkins, CCA

Spring Scouting Importance

The month of May is a busy time of year for most of us, to say the least. This does not allow much time for scouting, but it is important this time of year. To review some key points, let’s think about the crops in the field in May. 

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20

May

2015

NW Illinois & Iowa - Craig Kilby, CCA

Assess Crop Input Decisions

Author: Craig Kilby

As the calendar rolls into May, it becomes an ideal time to assess the performance of several crop input decisions. Decisions such as planting depth, population, seedbed preparation, stand establishment, fertilizer applications, nutrition plans, and insect management are all fresh in your mind. Make small observations today and record them to help further interpret harvest yield and field performance later this season. Make a checklist of the following items as you investigate your fields: 

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