Manage weeds to minimize crop stress, protect yields
It is only the beginning of June, but with all of the curveballs thrown our way this early in the growing season, it feels much later. There have been cutworms, armyworms, slugs, millipedes, stripe rust, hail, significant corn and soybean replant and precipitation measured in feet. If these "curveballs" aren’t registering with you, consider yourself lucky.
With all of these challenges, I have learned two things: crops are remarkably resilient, and so is the American farmer.
However, there has already been enough stress — for the crop and the farmer — to last the entire season. With this in mind, one question remains: Are there any ...
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