Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Clemson holds first corn and soybean growers meeting

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SANTEE, S.C. — Uniformed crops and updated technology are key to having successful corn and soybean crops.

This was the message about 250 growers were given during the first-ever South Carolina State Corn and Soybean Growers Meeting, hosted by Clemson Cooperative Extension Service in December.

Missy Bauer, an independent crop consultant with B&M Crop Consulting in Coldwater, Mich., said there are five factors farmers can use to help them produce high-yielding corn crops — a fertility program, proper nitrogen management, stand establishment and ear count, proper root growth, and soil density and pest management strategies.

“Farmers who. . .

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