All posts in Upper Midwest

  • Below the Surface: Uncover Soil Structures in Your Field

    Just as particular crops grow better in select regions, different corn hybrids flourish more in one field than another. That’s partly because the characteristics of corn hybrids make them better suited for certain soil types than others. Product Development Agronomy Manager Doug Kirkbride illustrates the differences between the three main soil structures to help you tailor seed placement and ultimately, maximize corn yield. Sign up for the Know More, Grow More Digest to receive twice-monthly agronomic…

A image showing weeds on an agronomy blog.
An agronomic image showing a clean vs. giant ragweed-filled field.
An agronomic image showing common ragweed a competitive weed.
An agronomic photo showing soybean plants.
An agronomic photo showing sugarbeet seedlinegs.
An agronomic image of a sugarbeet.
An agronomic image featuring early season corn.