One of the best feelings farmers have each year is the relief they experience when they finish planting. "The clock is ticking, and you aren't in the race until the seeds are in the ground," says Chuck Myers, a member of the High Yield Team farmer panel fr
Ever have a field that drives you bonkers because you can't grow good soybeans on it? Or maybe you have one field that would be perfect if only for (you fill in the blank). That is what the personal challenge regarding the High Yield Team is all about.
Corn growers are being encouraged to scout their newly planted corn fields for any emergence problems as a way of quickly identifying solutions and developing successful replant plans, if warranted. Here are some scouting tips from Ohio State University Ex
University of Missouri entomologists monitoring night flights of black cutworm moths predict that heavy damage to corn seedlings could start there around May 9, much earlier than usual. They say farmers should be scouting fields now so insecticides can be