At CHS Agri Service we offer several options for your water management needs. Whether you are on allocation or just want to reduce the number of passes you make with your pivot, our moisture probes are a great option. Our Sentek moisture probes have sensors every 4 inches up to 36 inches. By direct fit installation the soil profile is not disrupted and it will give you a true reading of volumetric water content and salinity levels in your field. By having a moisture probe installed in your field, you also get access to a website to look at your moisture probes readings. A certified water profession will do monthly in field moisture checks and offer you recommendations based off of crop stage and moisture readings. We also offer variable rate irrigation prescriptions. By using EM data, we can write a prescription, based on your field’s soils types and topography, in 6 degree slice zones that will control the pivots speed over the average amount of irrigation. Contact us today to talk about your water management needs!
At the end of the day, USDA's June 30 reports were more about visible
stocks than invisible acres.
See DTN Ag News. :^USDA Reports Review...
Agronomists are already seeing leaf diseases such as northern corn
leaf blight this season. To spray or not to spray is the question.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Fungus Among Us...
Wet weather is signaling disease pressure this spring, but economics
are challenging the treatment options.
See DTN Ag News. @^Dr. Dan Talks Agronomy...
View From the Cab farmer Lane Robinson's fields outside of Cromwell,
Indiana, are becoming weedy because it's been too wet to spray. Meanwhile,
conditions have turned drier in Leon Kriesel's area of western Nebraska,
allowing farmers to continue field work.
See DTN Ag News. 7^View From the Cab...
USDA pegged corn acreage at 88.9 million acreage and soybean acreage
at 85.14 ma. Corn and soybean stocks as of June 1 came in near pre-report
estimates at 4.45 billion bushels and 625 mb, respectively.
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Reports Summary...