A barrel with staves can be used to represent areas of management or production that can be addressed to have a positive impact on yield: The concept is to address the most limiting factor of production and your overall yield will increase. To address the multitude of considerations, Novus Ag has developed 4 Key Buckets […]
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Septoria Brown Spot is very common in Central Ohio and can be found on the bottom canopy of soybean plants. This can happen especially when tillage has caused soil to splash up to the lower leaves causing the infection to begin. With the weather we have been experiencing and the current saturated soil conditions, post […]
How often do you think about your closing wheel settings? Do you think about how that can impact your yield? Every year, before planting season begins, it is important to test your closing wheel settings and get them where you want them. A mistake in your closing wheel settings on your corn planter can cause […]
Our last post touched on how important even soil moisture was for the kernel to get water when it’s needed. In order to have the soil moisture you need, good seed-to-soil contact is vital.
Last week’s blog covered the importance of planting into the right soil temperature to achieve uniform emergence. One of the other necessities in uniform emergence is planting into even soil moisture. Think of it this way, if you want even emergence among crops, then you need even moisture throughout your planting depth. Not doing this […]