Yellowing corn leaves are often a sign of a problem with nutrient uptake process, either due to water competition from nearby grass or drought conditions.
Uniform emergence can influence corn yield outcomes by as much as 21%, according to Pioneer. An uneven stand will yield less than a relatively even stand with the same number of plants.
Avoiding mistakes at planting can prevent heartache later on. Excessive soil compaction is a common mistake that can be avoided with proper knowledge and planning.
A farmer’s nutrient management journey starts with a soil sample. After the soil is analyzed, it’s time to develop a smart strategy to deliver nutrients in field throughout the season.
A quick sample of emerging corn can give farmers insight into pests, disease, cold injury or uneven planting depths.
When fields thaw this spring, farmers may find winter weeds have taken root in their fields.
Ninety-three new corn and soybean products are coming to market in 2021, Corteva Agriscience announced.