Plant it. Profit. It's not just a slogan - it's our mission. At Cornelius Seed, we provide industry-leading corn and soybean genetics, traits and service, so you may maximize your profits on every acre. Since 1935, we've been an independent, family-owned company. That's eight decades and five generations of performance excellence and agronomic know-how we will share with you via our podcast.
In this episode, Cornelius Seed Lead Agronomist Craig Allaman discusses the decision to plant soybeans earlier than traditionally planted. Craig covers the background on how we got here, yield benefits to this decision & tips for actions we can do in advance for any anticipated added stress from insects and leaf diseases.
In today’s episode, we talk about insect pressure and volunteer corn for the 2021 growing season. Craig Allaman, Cornelius Seed Lead agronomist gives us some ideas on how we can prepare for these yearly challenges.
In this episode Craig Allaman, Cornelius Seed Lead Agronomist talks about what to be on the lookout for as we prepare for the 2021 planting and growing season . We discuss how to best prepare for a “La Niña” weather pattern this year and give some ideas around evaluating your operations inputs by leveraging the current grain market prices.
In todays episode we talk to Will Cornelius, Soybean Lead for Cornelius Seed & Craig Allaman, Cornelius Seed Lead Agronomist about the latest herbicide tolerant programs in Soybeans, XtendFlex and Enlist. We discuss the best way to use each program to help you be successful with whichever program you choose.
Check out this study on waterhemp management in soybean conducted by the Iowa State University Weed Science program in Iowa
Herbicide Programs for Waterhemp Control in Soybean | Integrated Crop Management (iastate.edu)
In this episode, Craig Allaman (Lead Agronomist at Cornelius Seed) shares his post harvest thoughts and discusses some of the variability we may have seen in our harvest along with the reasons behind it. We cover corn emergence, wind events, continuous corn issues, "Edge Effect" and 2020 soybean issues. Tune in to listen to our discussion around key events during the 2020 growing season.