Coming off a drought year, Pioneer Field Agronomist Jesse Moch says there are things to be aware of going into next season. “Thankfully, we’ve caught late rains, setting us up for a somewhat normal spring. Coming off of a drought, there’s not much to watch for soybeans, but there will be an increase in nitrates in the old corn ground. We could see an increase of iron chlorosis, because of higher nitrates. White mold may also be something to watch.” While the recent rains and snow have helped the topsoil situation, subsoil moisture is still a concern. “Farmers are still finding dry soil and I hope we keep getting soil moisture replenishment.” Hear the interview.