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Mikenesd
Posted 6/3/2020 08:46 (#8295512 - in reply to #8295386)
Subject: RE: Anyone have problem with corn root growing up, then turning down.......


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greencountry - 6/3/2020 06:32

Spacing planting season out over a month would be better than getting it all done in a week. Worse yet you wait for the perfect conditions, well I have been at this for 30 years and I would say you don't get those conditions yearly.
This year I would say we had the most mellow ground ever. It was too cold in May and we don't have even stands, never any crusting. Good enough but lots of shorts next to talls.
Hate to say it but we might need to VT our bean ground to plant corn. The bean residue was very thick from last year.
Bean stands into notill corn stalks are perfect.

 I have found that untouched bean stubble can be colder soil temperature wise because it's all laying flat on the ground. One thing that i have found that helps is to have a rye cover crop seeded after bean harvest helps to warm the soil in the spring.

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