KENTLAND, IN (August 18, 2014) – In a two-day event held in Moline, Illinois, AgVenture, Inc. (AVI) held the last in a series of three intensive workshops for the 2014 Summer Interns and Trainees. Throughout the summer, the 2014 class members, comprised of seventeen summer interns and new employees, participated in the workshops to help them develop skills in communication, customer relationships and agronomics.
Submitted by Jerry Hartsock of Cutting Edge Consulting and Research, September 24, 2013
If you expect corn to field dry down to 15.5% moisture and then harvest, it is highly recommended to monitor/prioritize fields for harvest as some may become very frail or fragile by then. Early wet conditions followed by dry late growing season conditions can lead to plants cannibalizing their lower stalks and roots to feed the ear. Weak ear shanks also can be another symptom as well.
June 10, 2013 - Submitted by Jerry Hartsock, Cutting Edge Consulting and Research
V-6 Corn about to receive Fungicide (60% rate). Micros and 3-18-18 Ortho. Northern Illinois area.
May 30, 2013 - Submitted by Jerry Hartsock, Cutting Edge Consulting and Research Services
Planted 5/15 - 5/16, V2 corn, emerged in 7 days, now 2 inches tall
Planted 4/30, V4 1/2, 8 inches tall, nice color, this is continous corn.