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Early Season Advice


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.

 
   Video: Assessing Corn Stands    Video: Rootless Corn Syndrome    Video: Slow Emerging Plants and Gaps   
   Assessing Corn Stands
(00:33)
   Rootless Corn Syndrome
(05:05)
   Slow Emerging Plants and Gaps
(00:46)
  
 
   Video: Soybean Emergence Basics    Video: Taking Stand Counts    Video: Technique for Taking Soybean Stand Counts   
   Soybean Emergence Basics
(04:03)
   Taking Stand Counts
(00:54)
   Technique for Taking
Soybean Stand Counts

(00:49)
  
 
   Video: Tips for Counting Plants    Video: Uneven Corn Emergence    Video: Determining Growth Stage of Corn   
   Tips for Counting Plants
(00:25)
   Uneven Corn Emergence
(01:42)
   Determining Growth Stage of Corn
(YouTube) (00:46)
  
 
   Video: Examining Early Root Systems of Corn    Video: ID Growing Point of a Corn Plant    Video: Stunted vs. Healthy Corn Plants   
   Examining Early Root Systems of Corn
(YouTube) (02:16)
   ID Growing Point of a Corn Plant
(YouTube) (01:18)
   Stunted vs. Healthy Corn Plants
(YouTube) (02:07)
  
 
 

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