For some farmers, storage is a tool for carrying last year’s marketing problem into the next year.
Any option that splits nitrogen application in corn beats a one-shot approach, according to trial.
Warm weather last week helped keep crop development ahead of normal.
Farmers waiting for favorable conditions before planting likely avoided widespread slug damage.
Corn Watch: Plants may not emerge at the same rate in each row.
Corn Illustrated: Saturated soils during the season can cause concerns for corn.
Company’s study zeroes in on the benefit of keeping pressure uniform from row to row when planting corn.
Soybean crop quality also improves a point from the prior week.
Wheat export inspections also down moderately week-over-week
Agronomist says whether to apply fungicide or not is an important decision.