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  • July 16, 2021

    Corn Replant Decisions

    Now is the time when corn producers should be out in their fields assessing stands to determine if replanting is necessary. Replant decisions are never easy and are ultimately determined by which decision provides the greatest net income.

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  • July 16, 2021

    Diagnosing Corn Seedling Problems

    This is the time of the growing season for questions on corn emergence and seedling problems. Weather factors, soil conditions, insect damage, plant diseases, fertilizer and pesticide injury, or combinations of these factors may lead to emergence or seedling problems.

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  • July 16, 2021

    Corn Seed Size

    Corn seed size and shape is, in large part, determined by the location of the kernel on the ear. Typically small rounds and some small flats come from the ear tip, large rounds come from the bottom of the ear and the center of the ear produces flats.

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  • July 16, 2021

    Corn Rootworm Scouting

    In some areas there is a question as to whether or not they need to spend the money on hybrids with a corn root worm trait; especially when they rotate their crops.

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  • July 04, 2021

    Assessing Frost Damage to Corn

    The first step in determining frost and freeze damage is to understand the temperatures at which damage occurs and how the extremes of temperature and duration can affect crops.

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  • July 04, 2021

    Assessing Plant Stand

    As corn and soybeans emerge, evaluating the stand is important to identify problems from planting, insects, or disease. Evaluating your stands early can help you identify concerns while there may be time to remedy them.

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