The long corn planting season this year – from mid-March through May has the benefit of spreading risk. Roger Elmore, extension corn agronomist, reminds producers to keep in mind the "growth stage" of the field they are scouting – as they may have fields at three different stages of growth. Decisions on herbicide applications and other management practices are based on growth stage.
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