Pioneer Agronomist: 80% Done With Planting in Southwest Indiana

first_img Previous articleHAT Market Analysis for 5/3/21 with John Zanker of Risk Management CommoditiesNext articleAg Economy Barometer Remains Strong; Producers Concerned About Possible Changes in Estate Tax Policy Eric Pfeiffer SHARE SHARE By Eric Pfeiffer – May 3, 2021 Facebook Twitter Audio Playerhttps://hoosieragtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/pioneer-050321-wrap.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Pioneer agronomist Dan Emmert says planters were rolling in southwest Indiana that first week of April and now they’re about 80% done with corn and soybean planting in that region. With conditions being dry and cool, he does have some concerns.“Emergence looks good for the most part, but we were cool, so things took some time to come up. With that, we’re seeing a greater opportunity for insect feeding as that stuff was laying in the ground longer. So, we’re seeing some pockets of a wireworm and seed corn maggot feeding.”Emmert says the bigger concern stems from the 3 inches of rain received in some areas last week. For that corn that was planted a month ago, “The seed treatment protection is starting to wear off, and so one of the things I’m kind of worried about, or going to be keeping an eye on here over the next week for the early planted stuff, is seedling blight. Especially in those poorly drained areas with high residue.“And for the seeds that were planted late last week just ahead of the rain, I’m really going to keep an eye on how long those soils have been saturated. Especially with more rain coming in early this week, if we’ve got pockets of the field that have been saturated for more than 48 hours, we really start to worry about the survival of those seedlings and keep an eye on those patches for replant,” says Emmert.With more rain in the forecast, Emmert is urging farmers to practice patience before getting back out with the planter. He says there are still a couple of weeks left before we give up too much yield potential, so there’s no need to be mudding things in to get that last 20% completed. Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Pioneer Agronomist: 80% Done With Planting in Southwest Indiana Pioneer Agronomist: 80% Done With Planting in Southwest Indianalast_img read more

Road remains closed following overnight collision

first_img Road remains closed following overnight collision Previous articleLeaving Certs to decide what form of exams to takeNext articleManorcunningham hit by water outage yet again News Highland By News Highland – March 10, 2021 Facebook Facebook Pinterest Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Gardai have confirmed that the road at Glebe Dunfanaghy remains closed this morning due to an overnight single vehicle collision.A technical examination of the scene is being carried out this morning.As a result, the road is expected to remain closed until lunchtime with local diversions in place.center_img Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Homepage BannerNews Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens furtherlast_img read more