Agronomy Talk

29

Jul

2021

Controlling Volunteer Corn in Soybeans

Agronomy Update

Check out this latest agronomy update from Greg Shepherd, Field Agronomist, for more information on controlling volunteer corn in soybeans!

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Tags: corn, soybeans, Agronomy

29

Jul

2021

Soybeans and What to Expect After A Frost

Agronomy Update

Author: Jon Caspers

Check out this latest agronomy update from Jon Caspers, Field Agronomist, for information on what to expect with your soybean fields after a frost!

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Tags: soybeans, Agronomy

29

Jul

2021

Welcome to Michigan PFR

Agronomy Update

Michigan PFR is off to a great start this year at the new location in Dewitt, MI! Aaron Brooker, Field Agronomist, talks about the exciting trials and a show plot with some of our new products.

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Tags: corn, Agronomy, PFR

29

Jul

2021

Controlling Volunteer Corn in Soybeans

Agronomy Update

Author: Pat Holloway

Pat Holloway, Field Agronomist, gives us more information on controlling volunteer corn in soybeans.

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Tags: corn, soybeans, Agronomy

29

Jul

2021

Evaluating Corn Stands In A Cold Spring

Agronomy Update

Greg Shepard, Field Agronomist, reminds us all to calibrate our expectations of corn growth using GDUs (Growing Degree Units).

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Tags: corn, Agronomy

29

Jul

2021

Soybean Replant

Agronomy Update

Mike Hannewald, Field Agronomist, covers soybean replant. 

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Tags: soybeans, Agronomy

29

Jul

2021

Early-Season Corn & Soybean Development in Minnesota

Agronomy Update

Author: Mike Blaine

In this latest agronomy update, Mike Blaine, Field Agronomist, is joined by Alec Marxen, Seed Representative, in Bird Island, Minnesota, to discuss corn and soybean early-season growing and application updates.

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Tags: corn, soybeans, Agronomy

30

Jun

2021

Agronomy Talk: IMPACT OF SATURATED SOILS ON NITROGEN MANAGEMENT

Author: Craig Kilby

After planting, the effects of saturated or flooded fields can have a severe and potentially long-lasting impact on corn. The degree of the effect depends on the length of saturated conditions and the growth stage of the crop. Following corn emergence, saturated soils inhibit root growth and nutrient uptake due to a lack of oxygen in the soil. In higher organic matter soils, nitrate-nitrogen (N) rapidly converts to N gases and is lost to the atmosphere. As a result, under persistent saturation, corn roots stop functioning and plants turn yellow as photosynthesis slows.

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30

Jun

2021

Agronomy Talk: THE IMPACT OF SATURATED SOILS ON CORN AND SOYBEANS

Author: Luke Schulte

Heavy or persistent rains can lead to saturated soils that can injure or kill a seed, seedling, or growing plant. Saturated
soils have an impaired ability to exchange air between the atmosphere and soil. This deprives the seed or plant tissues
of oxygen required for respiration.

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30

Jun

2021

Agronomy Talk: MAXIMIZING SOIL WATER & NUTRIENTS WITH MYCORRHIZAE

Author: Luke Schulte

Often, we focus our understanding of soil biology on invasive, harmful pathogens. However, within soils are
numerous beneficial microorganisms vital to crop development. Mycorrhizae fungi make up such a segment of soil
biology, critical to the overall supply of water and nutrients to many crops.

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30

Jun

2021

Agronomy Talk: IMPACT OF SATURATED SOILS IN COLD CONDITIONS

Author: Mike Blaine

These are the aspects of “planting” will help to mitigate cold and saturated soils following planting.

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18

May

2021

Are My Soybeans Going to Live?

Agronomy Update

Author: Luke Schulte

What is happening in the field with late April planted soybeans?

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17

May

2021

Corn Hybrid Emergence Highlights

Agronomy Update

Author: Jon Caspers

In this video, Jon Caspers, Field Agonomist, highlights some of the products in Beck's corn lineup that you could keep in mind when early planting in future years.

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10

May

2021

Interested in Maximizing Wheat Yield with Fungicide?

Agronomy Update

Author: Chad Kalaher

Chad Kalaher, Beck’s Hybrids Field Sales Agronomist, discusses what to consider when deciding on making a fungicide application to wheat.

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7

May

2021

High Performing Beck’s Corn Hybrids

Agronomy Update

Author: Chad Kalaher

Interested in learning how current and new Beck’s Hybrids corn products are performing this growing season?

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4

May

2021

Xyway™ LFR® 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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3

May

2021

Central Minnesota Planting Updates

Agronomy Update

Author: Mike Blaine

Mike Blaine, Field Sales Agronomist joins Alec Marxen, Seed Representative, from Minnesota to give a late April update on planting progress in their territory.

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29

Apr

2021

Generation Farmer Part 2

Agronomy Update

Author: Dale Viktora

Dale Viktora, Beck’s Hybrids Field Sales Agronomist, gives an update on corn and soybean planting for the second edition of the Beck’s Generation Farmer series.

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28

Apr

2021

Soil Prep with Forecasted Storms

Agronomy Update

Author: Luke Schulte

How do different tillage practices (or lack of) affect the ability of soils to accept water? Luke Schulte, Beck’s Hybrids Field Sales Agronomist, demonstrates differences experienced by a no-till field and a stale seed bed field (that has been touched by a disk ripper and a field cultivator).

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28

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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