On Tuesday we hosted our 2019 Answer Plot event outside Pershing, IN. We were nervous about low attendance numbers going into the event because of the frustrating season we’ve had. “Would growers attend in good faith that we still have sound agronomic information to share with them?” we wondered.
We were pleased with the number of farmer-members who attended this annual event and the level of participation. There was tremendous questions, conversation, and insight. Harvest Land is proud to continue to offer this event to our members when so many attend to prove it’s ongoing value. We thank all who joined us for the day.
This week, we want to share photos from the event.
A challenging fall, which wasn’t ideal for applying a fall burn down, has set us up for an interesting spring ahead. Make sure you’re doing your tillage prior to making an application.
Simple Fact: You can’t stay clean if you don’t start clean.
Watch as YieldPro Specialist Kyle Brooks visits with Glenn Longabaugh, Winfield United Regional Agronomist, regarding setting agronomic priorities in a compressed season. Glenn makes some excellent points about finding operational success this spring.
Contact your YieldPro Specialist today to discuss
best practices for success in a season such as this.
A few weeks ago we sat down with grower Gary Lawyer to discuss the success he had in managing high-yield soybeans in 2018. Gary offered insight into why he believes 2018 was his best year, yet.
Applying fungicide and insecticide worked tremendously for Lawyer and his plan is to follow the same protocol in 2019.
Timing is important: An extra trip later in the season to manage disease can truly pay.
“Get better before you get bigger, and this is the easiest way I’ve found to do that.” – Gary Lawyer
Click below to watch Agronomist Steve Dlugosz and YieldPro Specialist David Vansickle discuss the keys to success grower Gary Lawyer used in 2018 to manage high-yield soybeans, and the things he will do again in 2019.
To back up this insight, below are yield numbers from the area we’re discussing:
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