As rain continues to come and go in our area, postemergence herbicide applications have been challenging to complete. Due to this rain, corn has been growing at a rapid pace and stalk height now varies from six to 24 inches in height. I’ll discuss more in today’s report.
Soybean postemergence applications are well underway. In today’s report I’ll discuss some important application tips, including assessing hail damage, and provide agronomic recommendations for postemergence applications.
Many corn acres in my area are recovering from heavy hail damage. Moving forward, growers will want to think about weed control, disease management and ear development on these damaged acres. I’ll provide more recommendations in today’s report.
Agronomic recommendations referenced in this post include:
DuPont™ Aproach® Fungicide
As planters roll strong this spring, don’t forget about applying preemergence herbicides to help your crop get the best possible start in a weed-free field. In today’s report, I’ll discuss crop protection priorities you should consider this planting season.
Weeds can reduce corn yields sooner than we think. Consider applying your postemergence herbicides early this spring especially if you did not apply a preemergence herbicide. I’ll discuss more in today’s report.