Field Crop News
Populations of winter annual weeds will become more prevalent in early April and can compete with wheat and barley and slow the rate of crop development potentially reducing yield. If winter annual weeds like common chickweed, henbit, purple deadnettle, horseweed, and others emerge with the small grain and are left unchecked, the potential impact on yield could be great.
After a period of mild weather, cooler conditions will prevail for at least the next 7-10 days.
Now is the time to capitalize on warm, early spring days.
Check on the effects of late planting and/or winter weather
Considerations for timing and materials.
Select the best fields and timing to minimize the potential for loss.
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Maintenance, repairs and adjustments now can save time later in the field.
A wintry start to March will lead to more seasonal weather by the middle of the month
Penn State releases a performance data summary of alfalfa and cool-season forage grass variety trials conducted in 2014.