Ag Bulletins

Get the added advantage of expert growing advice from Dyna-Gro Seed’s agronomists.

Dyna-Gro brings you timely agronomic bulletins filled with professional tips from our best-in-field experts. From evaluating seed size to analyzing plant health, you will find topics aimed at helping you get the most out of your next yield.

Alfalfa:

No bulletins for Alfalfa

Canola:

Understanding Canola Blackleg Resistance

Blackleg resistance has been available in commercial canola varieties since the early 1990s. A shift towards increasingly virulent strains of the blackleg …

Corn:

Assessing Frost Damage to Corn

The first step in determining frost and freeze damage is to understand the temperatures at which damage occurs and how the extremes …

Assessing Plant Stand

As corn and soybeans emerge, evaluating the stand is important to identify problems from planting, insects, or disease. Evaluating your stands early …

Corn Germination Process

Sometimes questions arise concerning the length of time needed for corn to emerge. Following are a few of steps in that process …

Corn Leafing Out Underground

In addition to successful germination, successful emergence of corn seedlings is an important early step in successful stand establishment. The synchronization of …

Corn Replant Options

The decision to replant a field is one of the most difficult decisions a producer may face early in the growing season. …

Corn Rootworm Scouting

In some areas there is a question as to whether or not they need to spend the money on hybrids with a …

Corn Seed Size

Corn seed size and shape is, in large part, determined by the location of the kernel on the ear. Typically small rounds …

Diagnosing Corn Seedling Problems

This is the time of the growing season for questions on corn emergence and seedling problems. Weather factors, soil conditions, insect damage, …

Corn Replant Decisions

Now is the time when corn producers should be out in their fields assessing stands to determine if replanting is necessary. Replant …

Rootless Corn Syndrome

“Rootless or Floppy Corn Syndrome” describes an environmental/cultural problem where the corn rooting node is exposed or located in hot or dry …

V1 Corn (The Ugly Duckling)

Every year, for the first five weeks or so after corn planting is finished, the guys down at the Chat ‘n Chew …

Dampening off in Cornfields

In this past week, there have been several fields that I have looked at where plants are stunted and dying from Fusarium …

Goss’s Wilt Bulletin

There are no in-season control options available to the grower. Foliar fungicides are not effective in the control of this disease. Best …

Cotton:

No bulletins for Cotton

Sorghum:

Tall Plants in Grain Sorghum

In the production of grain sorghum hybrids, the methods used by the seed industry to produce the crop allows for the potential …

Soybean:

Assessing Plant Stand

As corn and soybeans emerge, evaluating the stand is important to identify problems from planting, insects, or disease. Evaluating your stands early …

Soybean Seed Size

Soybean seed size is determined partially by the variety (genetic tendency) but mostly by the growing conditions experienced at the production location. …

Fighting Phytophthora in Soybeans

Phytophthora root and stem rot is a common disease in soybeans. It is caused by a fungal pathogen, Phytophthora sojae (P. sojae), …

Sunflower:

Management of Clearfield Sunflowers

Clearfield sunflower, a non-GMO crop was released in 2003. The resistance gene in Clearfield sunflowers was transferred through traditional breeding techniques into …

Wheat:

Head Scab in Wheat

Each year during grain fill, maturity, and harvest, many questions begin to surface about head diseases. Portions of bleached heads surely get …