In this week’s Boots In The Field Report Ken covers what he has been seeing as he does field visits throughout IL and IA. He walks through our ET and GDU rates as compared to last year. Ken also touches on: dicamba drift issues, rust and gray leaf in corn, and what we need to finish off this soybean crop.
Ken catches up on information in this week’s Boots In The Field Report. He gives a crop report from the groups that went through our site in the last two weeks and covers what issues he is seeing while out doing farm visits. Ken covers: spider mites in corn, what pollination troubles he has been seeing like throwing the tips and also advises what to be on the lookout for if these fall like temperatures are here to stay.
Ken gives tips for the Pest Boss in your operation in today’s Boots In The Field Report. He covers when you need to be scouting and what you need to be scouting for, including Western Bean Cutworm and Aphids. Ken also encourages you to stop mowing and to make sure you are scouting before spraying fungicides. He also tackles what short beans and short corn will mean come harvest and what he is seeing out in the fields for disease pressure.
Ken has some catching up to do after being gone fishing. He covers it all in this week’s Boots in the Field Report. He starts with an area wide crop report and then moves into drift issues we have been seeing. He also covers stand counts and yield estimates as we to start to look towards the finish line.
Ken walks through how much new growth is needed for beat up plants before post spraying and why you can expect to see more crazy top this summer. He also walks through what he is seeing from the nitrate perspective and his prediction that we will be into Ugly Corn Week next week.
Get a cup of coffee, because Ken has a lot to say in this week’s Boots In The Field Report. Ken talks about the death certificates he gave out this week for Flooding, Washouts, Severe Crusting, Herbicide Damage, Pests, and Sandblasting. He also talks about steps to take when considering a replant. He also talks about soil erosion and soil conservation.