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You can compare your crop progress and crop conditions to others in the state and see if you are behind or ahead of normal pace.  Updated reports are released each Monday.  Click here for current crop progress and conditions.

updated agronomy topics

grasshopper damage

 

Here is some grasshopper damage to soybeans and a volunteer corn plant.  Keep an eye out for grasshoppers.  The borders of the fields will probably be worst as small grasshoppers move into the field from the ditch.  As grasshoppers mature, they can fly anywhere.  Also be on the lookout for soybean aphids and bean leaf beetles.

Brown spot or septoria leaf spot

 

By now almost every field has some Brown Spot or Septoria Leaf Spot. It usually is not serious, but can reduce yields 2 to 4 bushels per acre. Brown spot management includes, rotation, tillage, and fungicides applied between bloom and pod fill.  Ideally the fungicide is applied at R3, beginning pod.

wheat fallow weed control

Plan now to control some of the weeds after wheat harvest.  There will probably be an opportunity to hit the troublesome weeds after harvest.  You will have more herbicide options in fallow before corn next year.

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