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Use In-Season Tools to Illuminate Opportunities
Jun 07, 2021 | Answer Tech
During the growing season, every minute counts. Many times, extra hands are hard to come by and more hours in the day are not an option. However, quality technology that is properly leveraged can quickly detect field problems and successes to help you know exactly where to...
Address Early-Season Issues With Technology
May 27, 2021 | Answer Tech
After the rush of spring planting, it can be hard to monitor every field for in-season problems such as poor stands, seedling diseases, winterkill, early-season pests and weed pressure. There’s just not time to go back and manually scout every field, but early detection of...
Manage Risk and Improve Yield Potential With Impact Rx™ Prescription Service
May 25, 2021 | Answer Plot
Fungicide applications may not be at the top of your priority list but, according to our Answer Plot ® data, they should be. Across varying locations and conditions, trials have consistently shown an average of more than 10 bushel per acre increases in corn yields when a...
When Corn Becomes a Weed
May 18, 2021 | Answer Plot
Volunteer corn is more than just a nuisance in soybean fields. Left uncontrolled, it can lead to substantial yield losses and also serve as a host for corn rootworm larvae. In fact, a study by the University of Nebraska showed 5,000 volunteer corn plants per acre reduced...
Dicamba 101: Questions From the Field
May 17, 2021 | Answer Plot
Dicamba label restrictions have been updated once again for the 2021 season, and it’s important to know what those updates mean for your operation. Here are answers to some of the most common dicamba questions I’ve been hearing in the field. What’s the difference between 2,4...
The Scoop on Split Nitrogen Applications
May 13, 2021 | Answer Plot
3 Tips to Maximize Micronutrient ROI
May 05, 2021 | Answer Plot
Be Confident In Soil Sampling Results
May 03, 2021 | Answer Plot
Establishing an effective fertility program is not a simple task nor a small investment. Whether you soil sample in spring or fall, you need to be able to trust the results so you can make confident fertilizer decisions, but accurate results only come from samples that are...
Get Intentional About Tissue Sampling
Apr 27, 2021 | Answer Plot
Variances in weather conditions can create many challenges. If you’re not adjusting your crop nutrition decisions to account for the conditions, you could be steering your program in the wrong direction. Here’s how in-season tissue sampling and ag technology tools can help...
4 Ways to Upgrade Your Early-Season Spray Program
Apr 20, 2021 | Answer Plot
Once your burndown application is complete and fields are ready for planting, it’s hard to think about anything but getting seeds in the ground. For effective weed management , however, planting must be balanced with a strategic herbicide program to ensure effective weed...
What Could a Wet Season Mean for Your Crops?
Apr 15, 2021 | Answer Plot
Moisture is essential for optimal crop growth, but too much of it can flood fields and hinder plant performance. Knowing the answers to these questions can help you prepare for and mitigate the effects of saturated soils. 1. How is plant nutrition affected when crops receive...
What Could a Dry Season Mean for Your Crops?
Apr 15, 2021 | Answer Plot
Abnormally dry to extreme drought conditions can have substantial impacts on crop performance. Even though some parts of the country are seeing plenty of moisture now, we all know conditions can change quickly. Consider these insights as you think ahead and prepare for dry...
3 Management Considerations for Corn-on-Corn Acres
Apr 13, 2021 | Answer Plot
Corn-on-corn acres require additional management considerations to get the most from the crop. Whether it’s adjusting your fertility program or managing crop residue, even small changes to your plan could have big impacts on the crop’s productivity potential. Here are three...
Micronutrients Aren’t Optional
Apr 13, 2021 | Answer Plot
When you hear the word “micro,” what comes to mind? Do you immediately think “inconsequential,” “insignificant” or “nonessential”? If so, you may assume that micronutrients are an optional component of your plant nutrition program. But that’s not the case. Micronutrients are...
Are You Capitalizing on Carbon Capture?
Mar 18, 2021 | Answer Plot
What’s the Value of an Adjuvant?
Mar 15, 2021 | Answer Plot
4 Tips for Successful Weed Control
Mar 15, 2021 | Answer Plot