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Effect of Starter Fertilizer on Corn Growth, Development, and Yield

There are several reasons for applying starter fertilizer; it is important to study the outcome of an application of starter fertilizer in fields.

11/10/2017 732KB PDF
Grazing Ear Dropped Corn

A variety of factors can contribute to ear drop during the growing season including drought stress, insect damage, and other agronomic considerations.

11/08/2017 440KB PDF
Interaction of Soybean Planting Date and Seeding Rate

Soybean yield and the potential for lodging can be highly variable depending on a number of factors including environment, soybean product, nutrient management, irrigation, and planting rate and date.

11/03/2017 974KB PDF
Cotton Bacterial Blight

Bacterial blight in cotton, also known as seedling blight, angular leaf spot, and boll rot, is caused by Xanthomonas axonopodispv. malvacearum (formerly referred to as Xanthomonas campestris pv. malvacearum and Xanthomonas malvacearum).

11/02/2017 287KB PDF

This trial was established to evaluate the yield response to fungicide in different tillage systems.

11/01/2017 833KB PDF
Sulfur in Corn and Soybean Production

Sulfur is an essential nutrient that is required for plant growth. If S is deficient, plant growth and development can be reduced and maturity delayed.

10/31/2017 317KB PDF
Drainage Water Management

To help enhance water removal and reduce nutrient and sediment loads new technologies and practices are being incorporated into conventional drainage systems.

10/29/2017 302KB PDF
Understanding Discolored Corn Kernels

Occasionally there will be a season when corn sporadically develops colored kernels on ears.

10/27/2017 364KB PDF
Evaluating Corn Rootworm Risk and Economic Impact

Corn rootworms (CRWs) pose a significant threat to yield and profit, making it a pest that cannot be ignored.

10/25/2017 541KB PDF
Impact of Cover Crops on Soil Health and Productivity

Introducing cover crops into the rotation between corn and soybeans can improve soil tilth, health, and productivity.

10/24/2017 373KB PDF
Causes of Top Dieback in Corn

Top dieback can result from different stresses in corn, including drought, insect, and disease.

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

Maintaining or improving pollinator populations can benefit crop yield potential.

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

The trial was designed to determine corn seed product injury response to selected herbicides applied early postemergence, when planted in high pH soils.

10/11/2017 644KB PDF
Tips for Successful Grain Storage

Proper grain storage involves managing moisture, temperature, and insect activity in storage structures.

10/09/2017 296KB PDF
Large Plot Evaluation of DEKALBĀ® Brand Corn Products - 2017 - Scott, MS

Agronomic Update

10/09/2017 591KB PDF
Soybean Pod and Corn Grain Fill During Drought

Soybean yield potential is most at risk from drought stress from the 2nd to the 4th week of seed fill1; soybean flowering stops and plants cannot compensate for lost pods when drought occurs during the full pod through full seed stages.

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

Fusarium ear rot is a corn disease caused primarily by the fungus Fusarium verticillioides and other species of Fusarium.

10/03/2017 1209KB PDF
Managing Corn Silage

The optimum harvest timing for corn silage is 60 to 70% whole plant moisture content.

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

Cercospora leaf blight can result in premature defoliation and infected seeds can have reduced germination and vigor.

09/18/2017 348KB PDF