These are three powerful, lingering soybean issues that could haunt you in life ahead. They will not go away after you retire the combine for the year.
Anthracnose stalk rot has been showing increased pressure in locations that have had moisture stress this year. Before you head out to the field with your combine, get out to the field and look for symptoms of anthracnose stalk rot.
The start of corn harvest looks very different for many operations. At Cutting Edge Consulting, we believe that there are significantly higher yields to be had if we start harvesting corn around 25-26% or higher moisture and then dry it down.
By Jerry Hartsock | Cutting Edge Consulting and Research Services
By Steven D. Johnson, Ph.D. | Farm Management Specialist | Iowa State University Extension