There’s still time for farmers to sit down with their crop advisors and make adjustments for the 2019 growing season. Mycogen Seed agronomist Jon Erikson says that includes some time evaluating soil tests. “A lot of growers are concerned about the economics of growing a crop and one of the best things they can do is pay attention to the details of fertility.” To minimize the loss of nitrogen, Erikson expects to see more in-season nitrogen applications. Seed decisions are still being made for the flex acres. With it being so late, Erikson said supplies of first choice hybrids may be limited.
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