REVIEWS & ARTICLES BY AGRIGOLD HYBRIDS
Seedling Blights Lead to Stand Loss By: 05/22/2012 @ 9:49am

The spring of 2012 is shaping up to be another planting season to remember.  Late March was warm and beautiful and got a lot of growers excited about planting corn, then April hit.  The first portion…

Yellow Corn Fields By: 05/16/2012 @ 5:42pm

Many corn growers are finding that their once dark green cornfields have now transitioned into a sea of yellow and lime green colors.  It seems as though this transition has happened overnight in some…

Black Cutworm Update By: 05/11/2012 @ 3:42pm

Most of us enjoyed the warmer than usual temperatures of last winter, but mild winters can have a downside.   That downside is showing up in central Missouri and moving northward in the form of…

Reducing Replant - "Plant It Right The First Time" By: 03/16/2012 @ 12:48pm

As temperatures continue to warm and soil continues to dry, corn growers get eager to plant. In 2012, the industry as a whole is extremely tight on seed supply; this means we must pay even closer attention…

Winter Production in South America By: 02/15/2012 @ 1:09pm

By:  Steve Woodall, Production, Production Contract Administrator, AgReliant Genetics AgReliant Genetics, AgriGold’s parent company, is in charge of producing the highest quality seed possible and…

Top Die Back By: 10/11/2011 @ 2:40pm

Many corn fields are showing signs of maturation. The first sign of maturation in a corn plant is natural death or senescence of the corn leaves. Leaf death is naturally timed with the corn plant reaching…

Goss's Wilt Update By: 10/10/2011 @ 11:00pm

If there was an award for corn disease of the year, Goss's Wilt looks to be the runaway winner. In 2011 Goss' Wilt has expanded its footprint across much of the Corn Belt. The disease was first…

Stalk Status By: 08/31/2011 @ 11:00pm

2011 has been an interesting year for corn production in the Central Corn Belt.  The beginning of the growing season started with above average rainfall and cool temperatures, and then quickly…

Anthracnose Top Die Back By: 08/31/2011 @ 11:00pm

There have been numerous cases of anthracnose stalk rot moving into corn fields throughout the area.  Unfortunately, stalk rots are often misunderstood.  Many times when stalk rots move into a field…

Goss's Wilt of Corn By: 08/12/2011 @ 9:53am

Goss’s wilt of corn is a bacterial disease caused by the bacterium, Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. Nebraskensis.  It was first observed in three central Nebraska corn fields in Dawson County near…

Pollinating Under Adverse Conditions By: 08/12/2011 @ 8:55am

Ideal pollination conditions consist of moderate temperatures with low humidity with ample soil moisture; unfortunately some portions of the Corn Belt are lacking ample soil moisture and have had excessively…

Keep An Eye Out For Stalk Borer Damage By: 08/08/2011 @ 10:06am

As you drive down the road this August, you may notice that some of the plants in your corn field don’t look quite like they should.  You will most likely see a few random plants, primarily along field…

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