In light of tight margins and a wild spring, we recognize the importance of providing turnkey information and tips to help you see your crops through to harvest. It’s almost July, but there’s plenty of time to adjust your management practices to capture yield potential.
As you flip through the pages of our new June issue, you’ll pick up on a common theme: practical, actionable information at your fingertips. In the midst of the growing season, Farm Journal Field Agronomists and other experts remind you of the importance of proactive scouting so you don’t leave dollars on the table. Take the time to scout your fields to monitor disease, insect and weed pressures, fine-tune zones and develop solutions to boost yields.
Starting on page 31, Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer detail top in-season tips from our Corn and Soybean Colleges. For more instruction from our experts, join us this summer at the Farm Journal College events. We hope to see you there!