Tar Spot and White Mold with Dr. Damon Smith
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Carl Joern, Brian Shrader, Ben Jacob, Damon Smith
1w ago
 In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy Podcast, hosts Carl Joern, Ben Jacob and Brian Shrader welcome Dr. Damon Smith, Ph.D. Plant Pathology, and Professor at the University Wisconsin, Madison, to talk about forecasting and managing white mold in soybeans and tar spot in corn. Dr. Smith also talks about his experience in Machine Learning, Deep Modelling and the role of artificial intelligence in agriculture ..read more
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Double-Crop and Managing Late-Planted Soybeans
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Ben Jacob, Carl Joern, Scott Eversgerd
2w ago
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy Podcast, hosts Ben Jacob and Carl Joern welcome back Scott Eversgerd, Pioneer Field Agronomist in Illinois. Scott provides an update on Illinois wheat conditions and harvest. The trio also discuss double-crop beans and how growers can best manage late-planted soybeans. They also discuss corn fungicide planning and timing.  Resources Article: 7 Tips for a Successful Soybean Double-Crop - https://www.pioneer.com/us/agronomy/Enlist-with-double-crop-soybeans.html Article: Management of Late-Planted Soybeans - https://www.pioneer.com/us/agronomy ..read more
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Early Season Heat Stress and Disease Scouting
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Ben Jacob, Brian Shrader, Carl Joern
3w ago
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Brian Shrader, Carl Joern and Ben Jacob discuss early season heat and the issues that can linger in fields because of it. With many areas experiencing higher-than-average rainfall and now experiencing excessive heat early in the crop's lifecycle, diseases like Tar Spot and Gray Leaf Spot can take over fields and reduce yield throughout. The group also discuss drought-tolerant corn hybrids and the importance of taking care of fields early and often.  Resources Article - Tar Spot of Corn: https://www.pioneer.com/us/agronomy/Tar ..read more
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The Economics of Agriculture in 2024
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Brian Shrader, Carl Joern, Ben Jacob, Chris Taylor
1M ago
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Carl Joern, Brian Shrader and Ben Jacob discuss the economics of agriculture with guest Chris Taylor, Senior Agriculture Economics for Corteva Agriscience. The group discuss inport and export news as it relates to agriculture, economic shifts in agriculture and farm interest rates, farmland values and futures, and the impact of global commodity prices.  ..read more
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The Essentials: Herbicides, Insecticides and Fungicides
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Ben Jacob, Carl Joern, Brian Shrader, Brad Burkhart
1M ago
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Brian Shrader, Ben Jacob and Carl Joern focus on the post-planting essentials: herbicides, insecticides and fungicides. Joining his episode is Brad Burkhart, Market Development Specialist for Corteva Agriscience. The group discuss Indiana planting progress and decisions growers behind on planting may have to make. They also talk about nitrogen management, herbicides and tackling weeds early, corn fungicide applications and much, much more.  Resources Maximizing the Value of Foliar Fungicides in Corn: https://www.pioneer.com/us ..read more
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What's New in Agronomy Research and Nitrogen Management
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Ben Jacob, Carl Joern, Brian Shrader, Dan Quinn
1M ago
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Carl Joern, Ben Jacob and Brian Shrader are joined by Dr. Dan Quinn is the Extension Corn Specialist at Purdue University. The group discuss topics such as research and findings from 2023 harvest, late-season plant and nitrogen stabilizer and inhibitor products for 2024. They also talk about making nitrogen management decisions for this year, sulfur and other inputs and Dr. Quinn writes out a prescription for high corn yield.  ..read more
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Planting Delays and Plan Flexibility
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Carl Joern, Brian Shrader
2M ago
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Brian Shrader and Carl Joern discuss flexibility with your planting plans. Whether wet weather or cold temperatures have kept you out of the fields, you may be planting a little later - or more sporadically than previous years. While you may need to adjust your planting and herbicide and nitrogen plans, there's no need to panic! Brian and Carl provide insight and tips on how growers can navigate an unusual planting season and keep their crop set up for yield success.  Resources Corn and Soybean Scouting Calendar: https://www.p ..read more
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MINTY FRESH: The agronomics of mint
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Carl Joern, Ben Jacob, Mary Gumz
2M ago
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Podcast, hosts Carl Joern and Ben Jacob get some fresh information on a not-so-often talked about crop - mint. Dr. Mary Gumz, Agronomy Innovation Leader, Corteva Agriscience. She provides insight on mint as a crop, agronomics behind the crop and how it goes from plant to product.  ..read more
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Frost and Freeze Damage to Crops
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Brian Shrader, Carl Joern
2M ago
In this episode of the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast, hosts Brian Shrader and Carl Joern discuss emergence for soybeans, corn and wheat and how frost and/or freezing can impact each crop. The duo also discuss hustle planting, or when farmers should get in the field after rain and how they often have more time to plant than they think.  Resources Article - Early Season Frost Damage to Corn: https://www.pioneer.com/us/agronomy/Early-Season-Frost-Damage-to-Corn.html Article - Freeze Damage in Wheat: https://www.pioneer.com/us/agronomy/freeze-damage-in-wheat.html Video - Scouting for Frost ..read more
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2024 Pioneer Corn Hybrid and Soybean Variety Draft
Pioneer Agronomy: Indiana
by Carl Joern, Ben Jacob, Andrew Ferrel, Kyle Quick, Nick Hedden, Jason Geis, Pat Reeg, Paul Yoder, Chelsea Whitcomb, Cale Russler, Shawna May
2M ago
IT'S BACK! For the third year, the Indiana Pioneer Agronomy podcast is hosting its famous Pioneer Product Draft! While the previous two years focused on corn hybrids, this year agronomists from Indiana and Illinois are choosing their favorite Pioneer corn hybrids and Pioneer soybean varieties. Can any of the hybrids or varieties knockoff the reigning yield champ PioneerĀ® brand P1742Q corn?  Hybrids and Varieties Selected: R1:1 - P35Z76E soybeans R1:2 - P1742Q corn R1:3 - P14830Q corn R1:4 - P13777V corn R1:5 -  P1136AM corn R1:6 - P1380AM corn R1:7 - P1587Q corn R1:8 - P32Z91E soybea ..read more
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