Ken recaps the results that have been coming back on the seed test and why some are concerning. He also talks about the increased Army Worm pressure, how the wheat is surviving the cold snap, and what conditions you are looking for if you plan to plant corn next week. [...]
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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.
The Armyworms are now feeding. Watch the wheat fields and the failed wheat fields that went to corn. Rootworm hatch will start the end of next week, and you should be able find larva the following week. Cutworm are still feeding, don’t forget to scout the later planted fields.