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Sulfur in Corn and Soybean Production

Agronomic Update

10/13/2017 317KB PDF
Causes of Top Dieback in Corn

Agronomic Update

10/13/2017 316KB PDF
Improving Pollination with Bee Health

Agronomic Update

10/12/2017 280KB PDF
Corn Seed Products Injury Response to Selected Herbicides Under High pH Soils

Agronomic Update

10/11/2017 644KB PDF
Large Plot Evaluation of DEKALBĀ® Brand Corn Products - 2017 - Scott, MS

Agronomic Update

10/09/2017 591KB PDF
Tips for Successful Grain Storage

Agronomic Update

10/09/2017 296KB PDF
Soybean Pod and Corn Grain Fill During Drought

Agronomic Update

10/05/2017 311KB PDF
Weed Management for Unplanted Acres

Heavy spring rains have resulted in flooded fields that may delay planting, prevent planting, or drown out already planted fields.

10/05/2017 130KB PDF
Fusarium Ear Rot Causing Fumonisin Contamination in Corn

Agronomic Update

10/03/2017 1209KB PDF
Managing Corn Silage

Agronomic Update

09/20/2017 437KB PDF
Managing Cercospora Leaf Blight and Purple Seed Stain

Agronomic Update

09/18/2017 348KB PDF
Minimizing Off Target Drift of Herbicides

Drift is the movement of herbicide spray particles through the air, during or after application,to a site other than the intended target.

09/15/2017 130KB PDF
UNDERSTANDING THE XTENDIMAX WITH VAPORGRIP TECHNOLOGY LABEL

XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology is designed to be the industry's lowest volatility dicamba formulation for use in Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System.

09/15/2017 1572KB PDF
XtendiMax Best Practices for Optimizing Pressure and Coverage when Utilizing Tank Mix Drift Reduction Agents

Some products approved for tank-mixing with XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology require the use of an approved drift reduction agent (DRA).

09/15/2017 590KB PDF
Alfalfa Harvest Management

Agronomic Update

09/14/2017 307KB PDF
Red Root Rot in Corn

Agronomic Update

09/14/2017 381KB PDF
Green Stem Syndrome in Soybean

Agronomic Update

09/13/2017 251KB PDF
Late Season Irrigation in Corn in the Great Plains

Agronomic Update

09/11/2017 516KB PDF
Green Stem Syndrome in Soybean

Green stem syndrome in soybean fields is when pods and seeds reach maturity and drydown while the stems remain green. Leaving stems to naturally drydown may cause an increase in pod shatter and an increase in yield loss.

09/10/2017 251KB PDF
Stalk Lodging and Harvesting Down Corn

Agronomic Update

09/07/2017 363KB PDF