Field Crop News
Please register by TODAY, Tuesday, July 9 to receive a registration discount (final registration deadline is July 12!).
Rain continues in the short term, but some relief is on the way.
With summer thunderstorms comes the possibility of hail. Here are some tips for assessing damage to field crops.
Insect and disease reports from soybean fields across the state.
Now that we have turned the calendar to July, consider some alternatives when planting corn for silage.
With the excessive moisture, some of our N could have been lost to denitrification or leaching.
Can mixing cultivar varieties within a field help with pest management?
Research continues to seed cover crop, apply sidedress N, and apply a postemergence herbicide, all with one pass.
Annual tour will be held on July 10, 2013. On-line registration deadline is July 8.
July 11 event will be held in New Freedom, PA
Annual Clinic Provides Timely Information on Crop Issues
Scattered daily afternoon/evening showers and thunderstorms across the state, with more numerous showers and thunderstorms late Thursday into Friday.
This week’s insect and disease report for soybeans.
Generally good soil moisture conditions and warm temperatures this week should set the stage for rapid corn growth and development in the next few weeks.
Early registration for the Five Acre Corn Club is rapidly approaching the early deadline of July 1st.
The weekly planting progress report will be released at 4:00 pm today (Tuesday) and the USDA Crop Report is scheduled for release on June 28th.
Weather conditions have made vomitoxin from the Fusarium fungus a threat to this year’s wheat crop. Make sure you follow the proper procedures for crop insurance if you are dealing with vomitoxin.