In this week’s Boots In The Field Report Ken covers early harvest reports, warns about early planted fields that were not sprayed coming apart and being on the lookout for ear mold due to earworm damage. He also starts the discussion on what needs to be done this fall to reset field [...]
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This week’s Boots in The Field Report is done by Isaac Ferrie. He starts the podcast giving an update on the bean growth stages and what to be scouting. He also mentions to be on the lookout for SDS and White Mold spots in the field, to avoid surprises later in the season. Isaac also [...]
Spider Mite Update: Ken has officially seen Spider Mites in fields around Tazewell, Mclean, and Springfield areas. The dry and hot temperatures have led to a decrease in the Spider Mite’s natural predators and fungi. Ken covers how to scout, and gives an approach to treat the Spider Mites. Ken also [...]
Ken highlights what you need to be working on at the end of 2015 to prepare for the new year. Ken covers tillage, yield evaluations, hybrid placement, and changes for next year.
In this week's Boots in the Field Report Ken covers crops from Illinois to Iowa with a focus on how to deal with these bean fields. With harvest getting a start Ken talks about what farmers might have to do to get this bean crop harvested and the need to do push tests [...]
This week’s Boots in the Field Report covers: hatching and scouting of Rootworms and Corn Borer, pushing soybean planting populations due to the rain delays, and the importance of keeping on top of nitrate levels!
In this week’s Boots In The Field Report, Ken talks about how the plots are coming along, insect watch for Cutworm and Army worm, replanting and growth delay, and finally watching out for the carbon penalty.
Crop-Tech Consulting agronomist, Isaac Ferrie, describes some common characteristics of adult Palmer Amaranth and Waterhemp and how to tell them apart. This is the link to the form mentioned in the video: PALMER AMARANTH IDENTIFICATION FORM