In this week’s Boots In The Field Report, Farm Journal Agronomist Ken Ferrie of Crop-Tech Consulting details what he has been seeing on farm visits. He covers how the dry area is getting bigger, what a tip down in ears can mean, and the increase of SDS in April planted untreated beans. Ken also warns what lodging in soybeans will mean for yield, how fields are going to get dirty fast, and keeping an eye out for spider mites. He advises farmers to use these perfect conditions for Gray Leaf to calibrate your GLS ratings on your hybrids between companies.
Listen to the Boots in the Field Report in the player below: