The Pioneer Agronomy Update originated in the Rothsay, Minnesota area Wednesday. “This was planted May 4 so we just started seeing germination on the corn,” said Kevin Sinner, field agronomist, Pioneer. “The corn that went in early, some were concerned about imbibitional chilling, but it never got below 50 degrees so imbibitional chilling should be a minimal issue.” Visit the RRFN YouTube channel to see the full interview.
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