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Jonathan joined the Burrus team in September 2018. Jonathan lives with his family in Mexico, MO. He enjoys tackling new skills and staying in shape and is a craft beer aficionado. If you have seed needs in Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Pike, Montgomery, Lincoln, Warren, or St. Charles county, contact Jonathan today!
Before getting the wheels rolling on those first NH3 applications, growers need to ask a few questions.
In recent visits with growers, I have heard many complaints about soybeans staying green and retaining their leaves while the pods and seed appear to be dry.
Cereal rye is one of the most popular species used as a cover crop.
With abnormally warm temperatures this season, many growers are experiencing rapid dry down of their corn and soybeans.
Drought conditions have been widespread across most of Missouri, southern Iowa, and scattered portions of western Illinois.
Every year in the mid to late August timeframe, we start seeing sudden death syndrome (SDS) symptomology throughout at least a portion of our footprint in soybeans.
This year, throughout parts of the Burrus footprint, growers have withstood challenging winds. You might wonder how the corn crop handles these adversities?
There are great differences in the way each individual hybrid responds to a fungicide application. At Burrus, we run fungicide studies to better understand how our hybrids will respond to fungicides.