What fall field work to do and not do

With one of the driest falls in recent memory and a rapid wrap up to harvest, many farmers are finding some extra time to take care of some fall field work ahead of schedule. In this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report, Field Agronomist Jonah Johnson says there are some good options of fall field work and some that may be more harm than good.

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  1. Thanks Jonah. Don’t waste time doing recreational tillage. One advantage of this dry fall is the absence of compaction from combines and grain carts.

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