Planting season is gearing up to make its long awaited debut here this coming weekend. As we did last year, Novus Ag will start reporting your local soil temperature update for the 2018 planting season from various counties.
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Emergence will be a strong topic in this year’s planting season. Having a uniform emergence is like having a ticket to higher yielding crops. Even a delay of 1 plant out of 6 by two leaf stages can cause yield reductions of up to 4%. The awareness is there, but understanding how to score uniform […]
It’s time for another soil temp update. Here are current temperatures: In Fayette County on corn stubble: 61 degrees. In Morrow County on corn stubble: 63 degrees. In Morrow County on no-till bean stubble: 60 degrees. We have officially surpassed the 55 degree mark. From the entire Novus Ag Team, we wish you […]
We are pleased to bring you our latest soil temp update. Here are current temperatures throughout Ohio: In Fayette County on corn stubble: 50 degrees. In Marion County on corn stubble: 50 degrees. Stay tuned for our next soil temp update later this week. We will be the first to let you know when […]
Fayette County – 55 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Union County – 57 degrees (Sample taken in corn stalks.) Marion County – 60 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Watch for our next soil temp update on Thursday! Follow us for more updates: www.novusag.com www.facebook.com/novus.ag www.linkedin.com/company/novus-ag www.twitter.com/novusag