After historic rainfall and flooding over the past week, many farmers will want to know the extent of damage to their crop fields.
MFA Incorporated’s agronomy team says top concerns for crops that survive the excessive saturation and flooding include nitrogen loss in corn, seedling diseases and weed control. In fields where the water takes longer to recede, there are also replant considerations. MFA Director of Agronomy Jason Weirich and Senior Agronomist Jason Worthington share these critical steps for growers to take as soon as conditions allow for field inspection.
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