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Read the latest from Hoegemeyer on stress emergence in corn, or contact us directly to learn more. Growers have long recognized the importance of early planting to maximize corn yield potential. The emerging seedling can experience significant stress levels if early planting is followed by cold, wet weather. As planting dates have moved earlier, the potential for cold soil at planting and cold, wet weather after planting has increased.Read
Many of us agree that soybeans are normally over planted and that we have a high percentage of more plants in the field than what we need for maximum yield. Read here about skips in your soybeans, management and best practices, or contact Hoegemeyer directly to learn more.Read
When selecting hybrids for your farming operation, you must assess your farming operation's strengths and weaknesses in order for you to properly evaluate hybrids. Hoegemeyer can help you pinpoint what works best for your unique conditions. Contact us to learn more about selecting the right corn hybrids for your fields.Read
Read the latest from Hoegemeyer on winter annual weeds and no-till farming, or contact us to learn more. Annual weeds' job is to produce seed so that the species will continue on next year, everything else is secondary. Unlike summer annual weeds such as foxtail or velvet leaf which typically germinate and produce seed within a summer growing season, winter annuals actually germinate in the fall and begin growing before winter.Read
Excellent planting accuracy and stands can be achieved using all seed sizes with appropriate planter adjustments and calibration. Read our plantability guidelines and management tips here, or contact us at Hoegemeyer directly to learn more about optimizing planter performance.Read