MARYVILLE, Mo. — Corn nitrogen management, replanting, forage production, feed options are just a few topics MU Extension staff will be discussing during a morning coffee meeting at 7 a.m. Friday, June 14, at the Nodaway County Administration Building Meeting Room in Maryville.
According to an Extension news release, the wet, cool spring shortened cool-season grass production and winter wheat height is short. Corn planting was delayed and that planted was followed by growing in wet, saturated soils. These wet soils have the potential to lose nitrogen or may already have lost nitrogen. Soybeans stands may need to be replanted as seed rotted. This meeting will discuss management options based on the University of Missouri research.
Interested attendees may RSVP by contacting the Nodaway County Extension office at 660-582-8101 or just attend.
For further information, contact Wayne Flanary, Field Specialist in Agronomy, University of Missouri Extension at 660-446-3724.