It is time to scout your fields!

As harvest approaches, an agronomist with Beck’s is encouraging farmers to scout their fields now.

Specifically, he wants growers to pay close attention to stalk integrity because that is what ultimately impacts your yield. He says to find out where your stalks are weak and target those first to keep the corn safe.

The agronomist also says scouting now can help farmers prepare for the 2023 crop season.

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