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Guide to Identifying Soybean Nutrient Deficiencies, Soybean Diseases and Corn Diseases
The Dairyland Seed Agronomy Team answers your questions on the common soybean nutrient deficiencies, helps identify soybean diseases and soybean cyst nematode; and reviews the five key corn foliar diseases in the Upper Midwest
Adequate on-farm hay inventories, lucrative commodity markets, and cool, wet weather all combined to create the lowest number of seeded alfalfa acres this past spring according to the USDA. The window for desirable planting conditions closed almost as soon as it was open, forcing many to abandon what few alfalfa acres they planned on sowing and switch them to corn or soybeans to take advantage of the profit potential at fall harvest.
Identifying Corn Foliar Diseases; Timing of Fungicide Application; Safe Driving with Tall Crops
In this week’s agronomy newsletter, the Agronomy Team identifies the key corn foliar diseases in the Upper Midwest and discusses recommended fungicide application timing for corn and soybeans. Rapidly growing crops can cause obstructions – be safe while driving!