Some of the corn hit by high winds last week has rebounded, and little yield will be lost, reports Bill Bauer, Agronomist and owner of B&M Crop Consulting, Coldwater, Mich.
In other cases, farmers’ corn crops were not as fortunate and could lose up to 30 percent of their yield potential.
Bauer offers his perspective in the following video on the storm that swept across much of the upper Midwest last week as well as some suggestions on how to evaluate the crop it left behind.
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Soybean College: Aug. 1 to 2., Coldwater, Mich.
With a large focus on in-field diagnostics, let Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer teach you the secrets to soybean production. This event will focus on fundamentals, soybean growth and take-home knowledge of how to raise better beans. World-record soybean yield farmer Kip Cullers will present a special breakout session. Click here to register
Corn College “Fundamentals”: Aug. 3 to 4, Coldwater, Mich.
The Farm Journal Corn College Fundamentals session provides practical, hands-on training to help corn growers advance their production skills, increase yields and improve their profitability. This session is geared for the first-time Corn College attendee and will provide them with the core knowledge of how to use the Systems Approach on their farm. Click here to register