Pioneer field agronomist Ben Jacob acknowledges the planting progress made in west-central Indiana despite difficulties with the weather. He recommends prioritizing field preparation before anything else but reminds growers to be patient with the process.0:00
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Field agronomist, Paul Yoder reflects on his lifelong experience with agriculture and how it led him to where he is today. He empathizes with farmers in his area this planting season but remains hopeful and as he recalls that last April was the coldest on record, but farmers still saw great yields in the fall.0:00
Field Agronomist, Joel Steiber, offers advice on how to prepare your wet alfalfa and winter wheat fields for planting. He recommends keeping track of your stem count and notes that anything under 40 stems should be converted to corn this season.0:00
Field agronomist Brian Bush explains how utilizing satellite images will help you better plan for the planting season. He explains how you can easily see what you need to scout and monitor to avoid potential issues this upcoming season.0:00