Every season presents an array of unique agronomic issues that requires farmers to play their A-game to solve. For many farmers this spring, water—as in too much of it—has kept them out of fields during prime corn-planting time. As a result, farmers are now evaluating whether to switch out their seed and go to shorter-season hybrids. Tune-in to what Ferrie recommends in his latest edition of Boots In The Field.
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