Last week I read these great tips from the National Corn Growers Association staff. I am passing the information on to you because it is important for us to take this crisis serious. Take the time to read it and encourage your friends to do the same. NCGA is committed to keeping you informed and… Read More Steps on the Farm to Manage COVID-19
Before I get into the thick of what I mean by not getting behind, I need to give a snap shot of our current conditions. Corn planting across the state is moving at a very fast pace where we have had good sunshine. Many growers in southwest Georgia have finished or close to finishing. As… Read More Current Temperatures Speed Corn Growth—-Don’t Get Behind!
A known observation and fact is that many growers miss the opportunity to capture better yield potential prior to planting the first seed. Worn parts and improperly adjusted planters are some of the first reasons you give up corn yield. It takes knowledge and time to inspect and adjust your planters to ensure that all… Read More Is Your Planting Equipment Costing You Yield?
This is getting too familiar. I’ve talked to soooo many growers the last two weeks and not a one wants to sound ungrateful for rain. Yet all express frustration over not being able to get enough field work completed. Most everyone is humbled by the blessing of an abundant supply of water and adjusts their… Read More Rain, Rain, and MORE Rain