Corn Newsletter : 2019 - 33

  1. 16 - Day Moisture Forecast
    Author(s): Jim Noel

    After another hot week (until late this week), a cool down to normal temperatures is expected starting either Oct. 3 or 4 that will last through Oct. 15. Temperatures are expected to

  2. Combine harvesting soybeans
    Author(s): Dee Jepsen

    Meteorologists would likely correct us if we referred to this year’s summer climate as bipolar. However, the early fall rain patterns seem to be completely different depending on where

  3. Author(s): Peter Thomison

    The following is information on the effects of late-season frost injury to corn from an article by Dr.

  4. Winter annuals
    Author(s): Mark Loux

    If you have never applied herbicide in fall to burn down winter annuals, or done it only infrequently, this might be the year to make an investment in fall herbicides.  Fall treatments

  5. Alfalfa plant
    Author(s): Mark Sulc

    Livestock owners feeding forage need to keep in mind potential for some forage toxicity issues late this season.

  6. Author(s): Bill Weiss

    To make good silage from summer annuals such as sorghum, sudangrass, and pearl millet, the dry matter concentration should be between about 30% to 40% (moisture contents of 60 to 70

  7. Saturated soil
    Author(s): Stephanie Karhoff

    What is mycorrhizae, and why should I care?

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