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  • 30 August 2019

Pivot Bio PROVEN

Watch the video above to learn more about Pivot Bio PROVEN, a microbial in-furrow nitrogen source for your corn.
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  • 11 June 2019

NITROGEN LOSS IN CORN FIELDS

Nitrogen is an essential nutrient in the growth and development of corn. Rapid uptake of nitrogen by corn plants begins at V6, with the plant...

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  • 7 May 2019

SHOULD I SWITCH TO AN EARLIER MATURITY CORN HYBRID?

Some areas or Kansas are experiencing planting delays due to both too wet and too dry conditions. As planting is delayed further into the season, the question of whether to switch to early maturing hybrids often arises.

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  • 28 August 2019

Using Gramoxone SL 2.0 After Wheat Harvest

With wheat harvest completed, it’s time to be thinking about post harvest herbicide treatments. The weeds in wheat stubble can be challenging. Not only have many of them been cut off with the combine leaving a robust root system but the weather during this time of year often times “hardens off” the newly emerged weeds making them difficult to kill with herbicides.
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  • 11 June 2019

APPLICATIONS NOW CAN SAVE CHALLENGES LATER

We all know this spring has been a challenge and plans we had were thrown out the window multiple times. The corn that was planted...

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  • 16 July 2019

Get the Most Out of Your Late-Planted Corn

Historical levels of rain and flooding across the Midwest and South have caused many growers to plant after the optimal planting date. If you’re one of those growers, you’re likely thinking about the potential impact the delay will have on your corn’s development and yield potential. Be sure to prepare for...

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  • 16 July 2019

Corn Grey Leaf Spot





  • 16 July 2019

Stink Bugs

Golden Harvest Agronomist, Spencer McIntosh, discusses stink bugs, the damage they can cause on corn plants, and how to scout for them to determine if treatment is needed
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  • 29 August 2019

Will Corn Mature Before Fall Frost

The question of, “Will my corn reach maturity before frost?” is soon to follow if planting is delayed. Although corn growing degree units (GDUs) required to reach maturity shortens with delayed planting, there can still be significant frost risk depending upon planting date, hybrid relative maturity and seasonal GDUs accumulated.
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  • 11 June 2019

STRONG RELATIONSHIPS IN AG LEAD TO A BRIGHTER FUTURE

Agriculture is an industry built on relationships. Our need for meaningful human interaction is at the heart of everything we do, everything...

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