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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