After a slow start to the 2016 harvest, farmers throughout Ohio are now in full swing. Harvest marks the final stage to our 2016 crop, it is also the first step in preparing for your 2017 crop. Sitting in the combine at harvest is the perfect time to evaluate the various inputs and practices we implemented throughout the past growing season.
Categories: Agronomy, Ohio
Tags: Practical Farm Research, Agronomy, Fertility, Nitrogen, Ohio Agronomy, management practices, Fungicide, PFR, Ag Chat, Ag Talk, harvest 2016, LUKE SCHULTE, Preparing for 2017, hybrid evaluation, population
Depending on corn and soybean planting dates and growing conditions, late May is usually an optimum time to scout fields for earlyseason crop protection and management needs. Evaluate the weed control performance of pre-plant/pre-emerge herbicides and the potential need for a post-emerge application.
Categories: Agronomy Talk
Tags: Beck's Hybrids, corn, soybeans, Chad Kalaher, Scouting, Agronomy Talk, Scout, Northeast Illinois, Northwest Indiana, management practices