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Heart of Missouri MFA AgriServices  402 10th Street  Glasgow, MO 65254  
 
NEWS FOR HEART OF MISSOURI MFA

Did you plant wheat that you are planning on taking to harvest? Now is the time to be checking the progress to ensure you are able to make a timely application of Quilt Xcel fungicide. Proper timing for this fungicide application is from visible flag leaf to just before anthesis (Feekes 8-10.5). Powdery mildew and stripe rust have been found in the area. Stripe rust can hurt yields by reducing the effective flag leaf area. Protecting the flag leaf is extremely important for top yielding wheat.

Other considerations when applying a fungicide are adding an insecticide or a foliar fertilizer, such as Nitamin 30L. Nitamin is 30% nitrogen and is typically applied at 1 gallon per acre. It is not intended to make up for lack of nitrogen from early in the season but can have other benefits. When consulting for a farmer a few years ago we had Nitamin applied on one field of wheat and didn’t on another. At harvest there was not a noticeable difference in the bins, however the wheat with the Nitamin treatment had a five pound test weight advantage over the other.

If you have any questions about fungicide application on wheat or would like to get something scheduled feel free to come by the office or give me a call. Brad Hemeyer 660-338-2251.



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General Manager: 
Mike Watring 
Office 
1-660-338-2251 
Cell 1-660-620-1970


Boonville Location:

1605 Radio Hill Road, Boonville, MO 65233
Location Manager:
Ronnie Anderson 660-882-2786
Fertilizer Plant: 660-882-7202

New Franklin: 660-848-2249
Lone Elm: 660-882-2786
Nelson: 660-882-2786
  

Fayette Location:
111 Armstrong St., Fayette, MO 65248
Location Manager: 
  660-248-3303


Glasgow Location:
402 10th Street  Glasgow, MO 65254
Location Manager:
Shawn Frevert 660-338-2251


Salisbury Location
304 W. Front St., Salisbury, MO 65281
Location Manager: 
Mike Lampe 660-388-6421 

Grain Originator: 
Nathan Oglesby 
Office 1-800-257-4735

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Early Weed Control in Soybeans.
I had started a long written out guide to pre-emergent weed control in soybeans until I realized it’s not going to be anything different than what you have already heard from me or someone else “start clean, stay clean”. Poor decisions early can lead to a season long battle that is not likely to be won. If you haven’t already completed a burndown with residual in no-till, you better get it done soon. Waterhemp is emerging and marestail is starting to bolt making herbicide options limited. There is a 7 day wait before planting soybeans after a pint equivalent rate of LV 2,4D is applied. I still strongly recommend including it in a tank mix. In conventional fields that have no residual, you may be in the same situation. Check your fields before you plant. Once soybeans have emerged, good options can be counted on one hand and they still might not be satisfactory. If you have any questions about your options or would like to get something scheduled to spray, come by to see me or give me a call. Brad Hemeyer 660-338-2251.
 

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