Let's face it, 2019 is not a year many producers want to repeat. The year was full of weather woes for many parts of the country. But that wasn't the only issue for many, insects and diseases hit some Midwest corn and soybean fields later in the season. But oeverall, disease and insect pressure appeares to have been less than some years due to the late planting. Although, 2019 was not a big year for disease and insects, that does not mean producers can sit idly waiting for the 2020 season. Check out the gallery and what Winfield United Agronomists suggest to prepare for the 2020 growing season to fight disease and insects in each state.