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Pioneer Field Report: Wet fall, spring poses unique planting considerations

Pioneer Field Agronomist for southwest Ohio Brad Ott joins Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood for this week’s Pioneer Field Report. The wet fall and wet spring have brought some unique considerations for planting season, with farmers having to get a lot of catch-up work done in the fields in a short time.

“We didn’t have a very conducive fall to do much of anything last year,” said Ott. “So there’s a lot that has to get done this spring and maybe some changes to what our normal practices are due to not having that ability last fall.

“A lot of places didn’t get tillage done,” he said. A need to look at the right planting techniques could be the answer, according to Ott.

Seed quality is also an industry-wide concern this year.

“The big thing you need to have a discussion with your seed supplier about is what does that really mean. Do I need to adjust my seeding rate?” said Ott.

More in the full audio from this week’s Pioneer Field Report. Tune in!

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