So, what should you scout for now? It depends, but here are some tips from Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie about what he’s seeing across the Midwest.
North Dakota farmers are still trying to harvest last year’s crop while running out of time to plant this year. RRFN and Advance Trading did a boots on the ground
As of June 14, 93% of the U.S. soybean crop is planted. That compares to 86% planted last week and a five-year average of 88% planted by mid-June.
As the planting season nears the finish line, focus shifts to crop condition. So far, so good.
While seed treatment, soil applied products and other advancements in crop protection help protect corn and soybean seedlings, it’s still important to diligently scout for stand loss.
Late Wednesday night, a U.S. appeals court rejected a federal regulator’s permit for dicamba herbicides, including Engenia, FeXapan and XtendiMax.
Depending on where you live, the 2020 planting season has either been a walk in the park, or fraught with challenge. Freezes, heavy rains and cold temperatures threaten young corn