Volume 8, Issue 1 - February 2018

Daniel Fromme, Price, III, Paul P, Padgett, Guy B., Harrison, Stephen A., Davis, Stacia  |  2/6/2018 2:02:42 PM

In this issue:

Updates from the field

  • Temperature helps determine when to plant corn.
  • Seeding rates depend on soil type and other variables.
  • Shallow seed lead to problems.
  • Corn has two kinds of roots.
  • Do your homework if buying fungicide-treated seed.
  • Insecticide seed treatments can help make the best of sub-optimal conditions.
  • The USDA has announced cotton variety estimates.
  • A new guide is out.
  • Wheat fertilization can be a challenge.
  • Computer tools can help make irrigation more efficient.
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