DuPont Pioneer: In The Field
Thursday, November 23, 2017
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This Week’s In the Field Report
Soybean Recovery from Matthew Better than 2015

 

Past In the Field Reports
Central South Carolina and Georgia Largely Unaffected by Hurricane
Drought-Tolerant Corn Varieties Get Put to the Test
Harvest Underway for Early Planted Corn
North Carolina Sitting on an Outstanding Corn Crop
Lack of Rain Holding Back Planting, Soybeans Looking More Attractive
Rebounding Soybean Prices Pushing Down Sorghum Acres
Corn Growers in the Palmetto State Full Steam Ahead on Planting
Test Plot Plan for 2016
2016 Already Frought with Challenges
Southern East Coast Corn Harvest Better than Half Done
Despite Damage from Rains, Test Plots Still Have Value


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Difficult to Judge Yield on Drought-Tolerant Corn with no Drought

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Early Corn Yields Surprisingly Good

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Southern South Carolina Corn Nearing Harvest

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South Carolina Corn Showing Micro-nutrient Deficiency
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Corn Planting off to a Slow Start

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Corn Planters Rolling in South Carolina and Georgia

 

 

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