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While drought headlined the season in many Midwestern areas, that meant disease wasn’t nearly as prevalent around the region. When examining the Farmers’ Independent Research of Seed Technologies (FIRST) corn yield results in 2022, field managers said this was one of the better years they’ve seen in quite a while in terms of management and disease impact.
Weather varied across the Midwest this year, and that was the theme for most soybean yields — variability. It wasn’t uncommon to hear stories of vastly different yields from fields only miles apart, and the same was true in this year’s Farmers’ Independent Research of Seed Technologies (FIRST) yield results.
After a slow start to the 2022 planting season, Farmers Independent Research of Seed Technologies (FIRST) managers and farmer-members in Minnesota hope that frost holds off until October.