Aphid Outbreak: Late Planted Corn and Aphid Concerns High numbers of aphids are being reported, especially in late planted corn fields. Watch this videos as Isaac Ferrie takes us through the management considerations of where to look, when to spray and when it is too late. [...]
Analyzing field size trials by like soil types and management zones makes the data more accurate and robust as well as more applicable to farmers in other areas.
In this week’s Boots In The Field Report, Isaac covers a few timely reminders as we finish the harvest. Including weather, tillage, inhibitors, and weed management.
This week Isaac Ferrie tackles the topic of adjusting Nitrogen programs after all the rain in Central Illinois. He stresses the importance of oxygen in the root zone and the key role nitrates play in making sure you have enough Nitrogen in the tank to finish out the crop. Isaac also walks through items to [...]
Issac Ferrie gives an overview of the Cressleaf Groundsel. The Cressleaf Groundsel is commonly being confused with yellow rocket, but unfortunately is turning out to be much harder to kill. Also keep in mind that the Cressleaf Groundsel is poisonous.
Over the next few weeks our segments will focus on; infield diagnostics, planter settings, the importance on running the right down pressure, closing wheel assembly, and adjusting to row cleaners to achieve uniform seeding depth and seed to soil contact.