August 10, 2022

Corteva Agriscience unveiled a new Enlist corn technology of above-ground pest control products during its Media Day at Pioneer’s headquarters.



Corn silking reached 91% for the week ending July 31. Corn dough reached 31%. Soybeans blooming reached 76%, and soybeans setting pods reached 37%.


Rainfall varied greatly throughout the state for the week ending July 24, leaving most in need of additional rain. Soil moisture levels increased from the previous week, with 54% of topsoil moisture reported as adequate or surplus.



Brandt is rolling out two new nutrient-based seed treatments — Brandt EnzUp Grain ST and Brandt SeedZone Zn. Designed for use on corn, wheat, rice and potatoes, Brandt EnzUp Grain ST is a breakthrough in the enzyme category.


There were 5.6 days suitable for fieldwork during the week ending July 24. Statewide, the average temperature was 78.8 degrees, 2.3 degrees above normal. Precipitation averaged 0.94 inches, 0.09 inches below normal.


Hit-or-miss rainfall did little to relieve overall dry conditions in Indiana for the week ending July 17. Soil moisture levels decreased from the previous week, with 49% of topsoil moisture reported as adequate or surplus.


A much-needed rain was steadily falling across Livingston County Friday morning, July 15, as Lincoln Slagel and his wife, Kim, were making preparations for the weekend at Emancipation Brewery Company.