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Wheat Disease Pressure Expected to be High This Year

Categories: Controlling Crop Diseases, Crop Growing Conditions, Crop Management, Growing Wheat|Tags: , , , , , , |

What a difference a year makes. Last year the extended drought made it difficult to establish wheat stands or allow for extensive fall or spring growth. That led to lower than normal disease pressure in [...]

Managing Iron Chlorosis in Soybeans

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At-planting EDDHA Chelated Iron treatment vs check with no Iron added shows dramatic results in severely deficient soils. Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) in soybeans is a significant concern for soybean growers, as it [...]

Finding A Better Planter Seed Tube Option

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In recent years, companies have developed innovative precision planting solutions for farmers. Modern advancements on seed tubes enable planters to operate at speeds exceeding 6 MPH while maintaining precise seed placement and consistent spacing. [...]

Burndown Herbicides – Effective Weed Control

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The key to a successful weed control program starts with a pre-season herbicide treatment. The mantra of ‘start clean, stay clean’ highlights the importance of early intervention for producers aiming for optimal weed management throughout [...]

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