This edition of the Pioneer Agronomy Update comes from the McCoy Farm at Larimore, North Dakota. “In the sandier areas, farmers are moving,” says Pioneer Seed representative Dennis McCoy. “While most of the ground looks dry on top, it is very sticky and muddy below. Tuesday morning the soil temperature was still about 35 degrees, so we have a ways to go.” With a slow start to planting, Pioneer field agronomist Zach Fore says weed control will be key. “One key principal is to start with a clean seed bed. There is also more emphasis on using pre-emergence products.” Watch the Facebook video update here.
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