Assess emergence, weed control for crops planted in wet conditions

The month of May can often be a frustrating time to observe young crops.

Fields planted in less than ideal soil conditions could result in sidewall compaction, causing restricted root growth and the onset of many ab­­normal plants.

When these stresses are combined with cool temperatures or excess rains, plant growth may be impacted.

If corn is slow coming up, uneven or discolored, grab...

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