Monthly Archives: February 2013

Annual Ryegrass Control

Timely Tips for Termination 1. Timing is important. Late March – Mid April, depending on Midwest location a. Burndown when the plant is 6 – 12”, before 1st node develops b. Allow 5 – 7 days after annual ryegrass has … Continue reading

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Careful Management of Annual Ryegrass Burndown

The use of seed blends for annual ryegrass cover cropping may not be the best idea. Here’s why: Each variety of annual ryegrass has certain characteristics for growth, including how quickly it comes out of dormancy in the spring. And … Continue reading

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COVER CROPS MAKE A COME BACK

At the recent Ag Connect Expo & Summit (ACES) in Kansas City a survey conducted by Case IH, found that 85 percent of the 1,109 producer respondents are considering new cropping practices and technologies for this year’s growing season. Here’s … Continue reading

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No-Till Farmer Magazine Broadcasts Tips on Cover Crops

No-Till Magazine’s article on cover crops is more cautionary than informative: it is helpful in advising Midwest corn and soybean growers to know where your cover crop seed comes from and make sure that what’s on the label is actually … Continue reading

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