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Video: Scouting Every Acre

Davie Stephens shares how he uses dirt bikes to scout every acre after planting to evaluate crop stand and whether an insecticide application is needed. This year, the Wingo, Ky., no-tiller will also use a drone for scouting and is interested to see what the drone will see compared to what he sees on the ground.
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What You Can Learn from a Post-Planting Scouting Trip

Scouting fields after planting is over can help no-tillers learn what tweaks might be needed for their planting operations or weed management programs.
ONCE CROPS emerge, it’s a good time for early-season scouting to identify pests like cutworms and wireworms, and to evaluate your planter and starter-fertilizer performance.
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