The Agronomy Advisor 7/5/18
Fall armyworms and yellowstriped armyworms have been showing up in larger numbers the past week. Some noticeable feeding is present, however not likely economical as the current generation is nearing the end of its lifecycle. We will see the beginning of the next generation in 10-15 days and will need to watch for feeding by these young caterpillars as they can cause the most damage out of all the stages in an armyworm lifecycle.
Summer Seminar Series
Join us for our second Beat The Heat: Summer Seminar Series hosted at the Pederson Seed Building.
A Foray into Foliar Fungicide
We've been getting a lot of questions about foliar fungicide in corn. Should I apply? When should I apply? Will more disease be developing? We've answered all these questions and more in this weeks blog post: https://tinyurl.com/foliarfungicide
Check out this four minute read on "A Foray into Foliar Fungicides". Don't forget to call us with any questions you may have about fungicide application.
An Invitation from North Central Region SARE and Stevens' Farms:
Interested in improving nitrogen management on your farm?
Come learn how drone-based sensors can fit into this equation!
10 AM – 2 PM, Thursday July 19, 2018
Dean & Deb Stevens Farm, 70225 656 Ave, Falls City, NE 68355
Follow the link for more information and to register: tinyurl.com/drone18