Close
Home >

Stand Evaluation / Replant Decisions

 

Stand Evaluation / Replant Decisions

Stand Evaluation / Replant Guides


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.


458|294
/US/media/barker_1_1000thAcre.mp4|/US/media/barker_1_1000thAcre_preview.jpg|/US/media/barker_1_1000thAcre_thumb.jpg
 
Taking Stand Counts
Darren Barker, Pioneer agronomist, York, Neb., talks about taking corn and soybean counts.
00:54
/US/media/barker_countingClosePlants.mp4|/US/media/barker_countingClosePlants_preview.jpg|/US/media/barker_countingClosePlants_thumb.jpg
 
Tips for Counting Plants
Darren Barker, Pioneer agronomist in York, Neb., provides tips on counting plants that are growing close together.
00:25
/US/media/mcclure_cornStand.mp4|/US/media/mcclure_cornStand_preview.jpg|/US/media/mcclure_cornStand_thumb.jpg
 
Assessing Corn Stands
Bill McClure, Pioneer technical product manager in Lincoln, Neb., discusses evaluating plant stands.
00:33
/US/media/mcclure_SlowEmerging.mp4|/US/media/mcclure_SlowEmerging_preview.jpg|/US/media/mcclure_SlowEmerging_thumb.jpg
 
Slow Emerging Plants and Gaps
Bill McClure, Pioneer technical product manager in Lincoln, Neb., discusses slow-emerging corn plants and gaps in fields.
00:46
/US/media/hulahoop.mp4|/US/media/hulahoop_preview.jpg
 
Technique for Taking Soybean Stand Counts
Steve Butzen, Pioneer agronomy information manager, highlights how to determine soybean stand counts.
00:49


 

Use this information as a guide and it should not be the only factor in making decisions.
FB4F155E-939B-E814-6F12-F22D39413BAF