Corn planting is nearly finished in the Mahnomen, Minnesota area. Tyler Schow, who is with Select Ag, says most of the soybeans are also in the ground. The rain is welcomed. “The little shot of rain will help the crop even out.” With the crop coming up, farmers are moving from pre-emerge weed control to early post. Pioneer Strategic Account Manager Marc Cartwright says there are some common weed problems. “We’ve had the glyphosate resistant weeds, waterhemp and common ragweed in northwestern Minnesota. As you get across the river to the west, kochia becomes more prevalent.” See the entire interview in this edition of the Pioneer Agronomy Update.
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