AgVenture’s experts agree that a fungicide application, or two, made money for corn growers again in the 2020 crop year. What isn’t so obvious is what to do about a fungicide application in soybeans.
There is a big US crop out there. That may be a hard statement to hear for those who have suffered a loss due to nasty weather incursions this summer. But it is true, and it is true in many parts of the country. Not just corn…there will be a bonus soybean crop too.
Brown marmorated stink bugs are expanding across the Corn Belt. Here’s what you need to know.
Have you seen soybean plants looking like this in your customers’ fields? AgVenture agronomy expert Louis Sutton says that he is seeing Japanese beetles feeding on corn silks and moving to soybeans in fields out west.
By Bethany Kroeze, AgVenture Marketing Manager