The heat units have been coming pretty easy this season, but moisture is another story. The Pioneer Agronomy Update originated from north of Moorhead Wednesday. “As you drive around, you may see that corn that is pineappled and the leaves are puckered up pretty tight and some of it never came out of the ground this year because it sat there in dry powder,” said Kevin Sinner, field agronomist, Pioneer. The YouTube interview was done at an Iron Deficiency Chlorosis demonstration plot. “What we’re trying to learn is where our tolerances are and how they match up with what is on paper.” Variety selection is the best way to handle the IDC areas. Pioneer is hosting an IDC plot tour Thursday, June 29 in the Ada, Minnesota area.
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