scouting

Palmer Amaranth: Get out and scout now

· August 24, 2017

Growers should be watching out for Palmer Amaranth, a weed that has been rapidly spreading north in the U.S. and is likely to be Glyphosate resistant. “Now is the time to scout for Palmer Amaranth,” said Paul O. Johnson, SDSU Extension Weed Science Coordinator. “In most cases, Palmer Amaranth should be about fully grown which […]

Arysta LifeScience: Get out of pickup and down in the canopy

· July 25, 2017

Gray leaf spot, northern corn leaf blight, southern rust and Japanese beetles … these are just some of the reports coming in from Midwest fields to Arysta LifeScience. We had the opportunity this week at Ag Media Summit in Snowbird, Utah to get the latest downlow from Lynn Justesen, Arysta LifeScience Technical Sales Specialist for […]

eScout takes guesswork out of crop scouting

· July 7, 2017

Farmers Edge has added a new advanced app-based scouting tool to their product portfolio – eScout. The app aims to help agriculture professionals strengthen their business through enhanced agronomic services that support their customers in making more informed and timely farm management decisions. Equipped with tools to monitor and address field conditions, eScout generates real-time […]

Mycogen: Scout corn during these critical growth stages

· June 28, 2017

Having a rough start this growing season? You’re not alone. Saturated soils and cool, sometimes freezing, temperatures have plagued corn-growing states from Nebraska to Indiana. However, the folks at Mycogen say scouting during critical growth stages provides useful insights for the remainder of the growing season. Root development: Planting and growing-season challenges can create a […]

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