Field Crop News
A week of cool weather with no prolonged heat or dry conditions in the next 10 days.
Look at corn and soybean now for identifying management tactics for next year.
Identifying and containing new infestations is a critical first step in managing this new threat.
Major diseases of orchardgrass in our area has no quick fix yet, but fertility management helps.
Rapid growth stages of corn requires a lot of rain and the value adds up quickly too.
Soybean aphids, grasshoppers, and Japanese beetle pressure and disease pressure both low for now.
Soybean aphids have started to show up across the commonwealth and we are monitoring the Western Bean Cutworm.
Both agronomic risk and economics should be considered before an early fungicide application on corn.
Five Acre Corn Club provides management insights and registration is due by August 1.
Register now for clinic with soil sampling, forage preservation, soil organic matter and physical properties, weed identification and management, and more!
Free event offers lunch and two pesticide core credit but register by July 25.
Hot and sticky to alternate with cool and dry through next week.
A variety of pests observed but still at low levels of severity.
Don’t delay; early registration deadline is July 16
Just in case you’ve been wondering what that weed was…American burnweed seems to be spreading.
Either way, remember to account for the plant nutrient value.
Make an objective assessment, not a hasty decision
If you have animals that graze, including cows, sheep, alpacas, and horses, you will not want to miss this conference on August 21!