Many are seeing emergence in the fields as we dip into late may, but is cold rain and weather still a concern? Pioneer agronomist Ashley Storby is happy with the emergence she’s seen and encourages planting to continue but notes that cold rain and temperatures could pose a threat. Tune in to hear all her advice on early stages of emergence.0:00
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It’s been a rough start to the season, but don’t let it get you down. Pioneer agronomist Joel Stieber says summer may have something different in store, emphasizing the importance of having nitrogen and fertilizer available to still see top-end yield. Tune in to hear the rest of his advice.0:00
Planting progress in Minnesota is across the board as some planting got done in April and others haven’t touched their planters yet. Pioneer agronomist Ashley Storby hopes the warm weather coming will help get more seeds in the ground and start the germination process. Her biggest advice right now? Keep the seed treatment going to avoid growing season stressors.0:00