Pulse School: It’s Never Too Early To Scout

Getting to know your field should start early. You can most effectively notice when something has gone wrong with your field if you are familiar with it. The benefit of starting that process early is that you can see things like crop establishment issues and other stresses on the plants that you might not be able to see as the crop becomes more established. It also saves you from misdiagnosing an issue down the line.

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In this Pulse School, Plant Disease Specialist Faye Dokken Bouchard talks about the importance of scouting early to get a jump on what is happening in the field.

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