Crop Progress

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Aug 21, 2019

Weekly Crop Update

 

In this week’s crop update, Agronomist Dave Dyson and Product Specialist Jessica Link discuss management of soybeans heading into the reproductive stages and scouting fields during corn pollination.

 

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Soybean Management

  1. Yield is being determined in the reproductive stages
  2. It is essential to keep stress to a minimum, otherwise yield will be compromised
  3. Apply OverPass® SF to maintain proper nutrition levels in the plant

Corn Pollination

  1. Corn silks need to be a half inch or longer for pollination to occur
  2. When scouting fields, be on the lookout for silk feeding insects
  3. Apply OverPass CF to maintain proper nutrition levels in the plant

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Schedule

Regular Schedule

Morning Comments: M-F @ 8:00AM
Closing Comments: M-F @ 4:00PM
USDA: After each monthly USDA report during periods of significant crop progress.
Crop Progress: From Spring to harvest, we provide crop progress updates every two to three weeks.

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