In this May 2018 PFR Report, PFR Agronomist and Location Lead Jonathan Perkins joins us from the Wheat Planting Depth Study at our Southern Illinois PFR site to provide some updates on heaving, or in this case, lack thereof, once we reached April and were through the freeze/thaw cycles.
Categories: PFR, PFR Reports
Tags: Practical Farm Research, Jonathan Perkins, Wheat, PFR, PFR Report, Wheat Planting Depth
Join Chris Robinson, Beck's Kentucky PFR Location Lead, as he and the team in Henderson prepare to get their first corn and soybean planting date plots into the ground for 2017.
Tags: Practical Farm Research, Jonathan Perkins, Corn Planting Date, Soybean Planting Date, Southern Illinois, PFR, PFR Report, Planting Date, PFR Proven, Joe Bolte, SIL, soil temperature
In this latest report from southern Illinois, PFR location lead Jonathan Perkins and PFR operator Joe Bolte discuss the 2017 planting date study for corn and soybeans and why it’s so important.
With ample amounts of rainfall or even high humidity and temps in the mid 70’s-mid 80’s, wheat diseases, like fusarium head scab can thrive. So what is the best way to avoid the damage from head scab? When is the optimal time to apply fungicide?
Tags: Practical Farm Research, Jonathan Perkins, PFR, wheat managment, Effingham, PFR Report, WHEAT FUNGICIDE
Jonathan Perkins is in the field at our Effingham, IL PFR site for a feekes 3 topdress application of wheat. In order to determine nitrogen needs, we’re asking questions like, “What are the tillering counts per square foot?” and “How many units of nitrogen should we apply based on tiller counts?”
Tags: Practical Farm Research, Jonathan Perkins, PFR, Wheat tillering, feekes 3, topdress application, wheat managment, Effingham, PFR Report