Monthly Archives: July 2019

Irrigation Influencers

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Irrigation Influencers We have all seen the social media influencers that sell clothing, and jewelry. But what happens when this same idea is applied to the cotton industry involving water usage.   There has been a few companies and individuals who have set out to do just that and their mission.  Sustainability. It’s been a […]

Possible Reasons Behind Corn Kernel Uniformity

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Possible Reasons Behind Corn Kernel Uniformity The post-pollination farmer talk in parts of the United States revolves around the potential for severe stress that might reduce kernel set or kernel size in their cornfields. Growers’ interest in this topic lies with the fact that the number of kernels per ear is a rather important component […]

Soil Types May Have a Bigger Influence on Irrigation Than You Think

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Soil Types May Have a Bigger Influence on Irrigation Than You Think When it comes to irrigation, many growers share a common question of how much, how long, how fast and how often they need to irrigate. The answers according to Michigan Extension office usually involve a combination of soil characteristics, plant growth stage and […]