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  • 24d injury wheat

    Follow product labels to reduce chance of crop injury

    WISCONSIN: As agronomists, we get numerous calls throughout early spring and summer to investigate reports of crops that appear to have abnormal growth or appear injured or stunted. There are many reasons for this: too much rain, too little rain, soil compaction or chemical injury, just to name a few. If you follow the label (which you must, as it’s a legal document), the chance of injury is greatly reduced – if not eliminated –…

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