Each year insects, weather and seedbed conditions present challenges to stand establishment in corn and soybean fields. Growers are often faced with the question should I replant or is my stand good enough to meet an economic yield goal? The following information is designed to assist you in assessing your situation.
Darren Barker, Pioneer agronomist, York, Neb., talks about taking corn and soybean counts.
Bill McClure, Pioneer technical product manager in Lincoln, Neb., discusses evaluating plant stands.
Bill McClure, Pioneer technical product manager in Lincoln, Neb., discusses slow-emerging corn plants and gaps in fields.
Steve Butzen, Pioneer agronomy information manager, highlights how to determine soybean stand counts.
Use this information as a guide and it should not be the only factor in making decisions.