Minnesota: Managing Prevent Plant Acres Apr 8, 2020

    🕔Apr 8, 2020
    The spring planting season is soon upon us. Prevent plant acres, or fields that were too wet to be planted to a cash crop last year, may need some special […]

    Ohio: Preparing to Plant in 2020 Apr 8, 2020

    🕔Apr 8, 2020
    The weather for Spring 2020 is expected to be wetter than normal again, although hopefully not as bad as 2019. The purpose of this article is to stimulate our planning […]

    Nebraska: Has Spring Arrived Early on the Great Plains? Mar 21, 2016

    🕔Mar 21, 2016
    During this unusually warm March, the cranes and the geese are well along their northward journey. The bees are buzzing and the forsythia, magnolias and daffodils are blooming. Some emerging […]

    Spring Predicted Earlier…Well, Someday Oct 14, 2015

    🕔Oct 14, 2015
    Scientists have projected that the onset of spring plant growth will shift by a median of three weeks earlier over the next century, as a result of rising global temperatures. […]

    Ohio: Soil Sampling – Spring vs. Fall Sep 22, 2015

    🕔Sep 22, 2015
    Soil sampling for lab analysis is a critical aspect of effective nutrient management, as it provides valuable information on the fertility status of your soil. Many producers find that fall […]

    Indiana, Nebraska: Seems to be the Spring that Never Ends – DTN May 26, 2015

    🕔May 26, 2015
    The 1968 surfing documentary “The Endless Summer” asserted that by jetting around the world, it’s possible to make one season last forever. But for View From the Cab farmers Lane […]

    Spray Drift: Checking Wind Speed Isn’t Enough – DTN Mar 25, 2015

    🕔Mar 25, 2015
    Licking your finger and holding it above your head won’t cut it anymore when it comes to checking wind speed before spraying this spring. The stakes for avoiding spray drift […]


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