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Risk Management 11h
Thank you to all hosts for the 2018 3rd Annual Great ON Yield Tour Only 28 days left until the start of the tour! , , Jacquemet Farms, ,
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Risk Management 12h
Replying to @ad8871 @kannbwx
I agree with your map I hope you are spot on for 2018.
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Adam Dawson Jul 6
Replying to @kannbwx
fwiw here's my yield heatmap for 2018, midpoint is slightly below trend due to delayed avg planting (arguably warm may/june made up for that though). this model nailed yields through '15 but missed by 2stdev in '16 and '17.
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Risk Management 14h
Replying to @kannbwx
Have you asked the farmer what the # of kernels around the ear is? Is it 18 or 16? Some experts have suggested that the record heat in May & June lowered the # of kernels 18 to 16 & maybe to 14 when the ear was being determined at stage V5 & V6 a difference of 23 bpa?
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Kelli Bassett 15h
Anyone else seeing Southern Rust in Illinois too?
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Brian Bunton Jul 5
Found Southern Rust in Corn in Vernon County, MO despite reports from that it hasn’t been confirmed in the US this year. Not lab confirmed, but no question what it is. Consider a fungicide! Check out this link for more info:
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Ryan McLean 14h
Strathroy - Caradoc, make sure fields are getting scouted!
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Karen Braun 17h
Replying to @kannbwx
Consider now the soil moisture across the Midwest (driest in at least 5 years as of June 2018). Cool weather is ahead, which is helpful for grain fill as we found out last year (very cool but drier August). But compare 2018 to 2017... very different moisture situation.
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Karen Braun 18h
When we've had heat in the past, we relied on anomalously high rainfall during July-August in the Midwest for huge yields (e.g. 2016, 1987, etc). Halfway through July, many dry/average spots remain, and the wettest spots are those that need it the least.
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Risk Management Jul 16
Thank you to Jason Webster for taking some valuable time & visiting with us on the 2018 7th Annual US Corn Belt Crop Tour. Sign up now members only & watch the "Expert Tip of the Day" video on why use Precision Planting?
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Risk Management Jul 16
USDA Crop Progress (July 15)- Corn & Soy G-E% decline given some extreme heat seen last week & limited moisture Corn off -3% wk/wk to 72% G-E, during pollination! Soy off -2% wk/wk to 69% G-E Spring wheat unchanged wk/wk 80% G-E Winter wheat harvest 74% complete
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MT Jul 15
MO corn. Bad and getting worse.
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SSH Jul 8
Not going to be a good corn year in parts of Missouri. Lots of pollination issues. Dry and way too hot. Even under irrigation this 1197 has some big problems
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Stephanie Porter Jul 10
The Western part of Illinois has not been as fortunate with rainfall. These ears (108 - 114 maturity) were taken from a plot near Camp Point, IL - Planted April 20, 34K. Approx 3 inches of rain total since planted (along with heat) at pollination.
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Andrew Cowherd Jul 16
The yellow spots in the fields from the air and on the ground.
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Karen Braun Jul 15
Replying to @kannbwx
Here are two more fields of this producer's . Pollination didn't miss the mark in every field. A lot to do with planting date, weather, variety. These and the field is around Clark/Crawford Cos in ESE IL.
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Karen Braun Jul 15
Disappointment for the Illinois . Conditions remain at 5/5 but top end yield is gone bc of too warm/dry weather during pollination. Ears not filled to the end. Above avg yield still expected but record is unlikely now.
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Quirky Rides Jul 13
The Sir ; a 1958 safety designed by Walter Jerome of , Safety belts, a roll cage, rubber bumpers & an articulated body that separates the engine from the occupants by a universal joint. A 🧐🤔
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David Chappellaz Jul 11
Seeing some corn tasseling this week. Here is an image from showing the stages of growth and how much water can be needed in these critical periods
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Climate Central Jul 12
Here's how a warming world will impact extreme drought and extreme rainfall
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