With the recent cool and wet conditions this spring, corn plants that were treated in-furrow are getting a greater jump out of the ground and showing increased stand count despite adverse conditions and potential for disease.
Ashley Runholt from Cottonwood Co-op discusses her experience with Redline, and what she’s seen so far of the effect of Levesol on crops.
Last year, excessive rainfall that swept through the Midwest, leaving puddles in cornfields and customers concerned about spring-applied nitrogen loss. Using a nitrogen stabilizer, such as Instinct® II or N-Serve®, will help prevent nitrate leaching during rainy seasons and keep nitrogen in the root zone, where corn needs it most.
Rick Ekins explains that applying insecticide through in-furrow application can set plants up to excel from the start of the season.