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September 15, 2020
Find out how preharvest application may get weed escapes and excessive weed patches under control before the combine hits the field.
September 15, 2020
Charcoal rot is caused by the fungus Macrophomina phaseolina which overwinters in the soil and soybean residue as tiny, black structures known as microsclerotia. Microsclerotia infect nearby soybean roots, colonizing root tissue and stems and clogging vascular tissue, thus interfering with water uptake.
September 08, 2020
Pinched or “beer bottle” ears are ear malformations attributed to late applications of ALS-inhibiting herbicides, after the V6 growth stage.
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September 15, 2020
Choosing the right hydraulic fluid can pay dividends. But there is a lot to know in making a good decision. Viscosity, wear protection, water handling capabilities, foam suppression and oxidation resistance are among the most important considerations.
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September 11, 2020
A Pre-Season Grain Bin and Equipment Check List
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September 04, 2020
Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium usually come to mind first when growers think of critical nutrients for their corn or soybeans. But environmental changes in sulfur levels are causing growers to rethink their nutrient management plans. Learn more.
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