Our home area of Ashland is getting very dry as corn on the end rows is now starting to roll from heat stress with only 90 degree temperatures in May... Hopefully, the forecasted 60% chance of rain on Sunday evening will result in a good soaking rainfall across all our farms.
We have a few more acres of corn remaining to spray, but otherwise we are in good shape. We have been applying our finishing touches to our four National Corn Growers Yield contest entries with the sprayer and soon will be applying another round of nitrogen to them as well.
Planting soybeans in Greenfield
Sprayed Saturday morning equals dead weeds by Monday morning
Working ground on the Mears Land Trust
Corn leaves rolling due to heat and lack of sufficient moisture
Spraying our National Corn Growers Yield Contest entry