All of the corn fields are now in reproductive stage. The field in Chicot County has had the water shut off, and the field in Drew County should be done after one more irrigation next week. Conway County and Mississippi County are at R5 and the starch line should be moving soon. We could be done with those fields in about two weeks.
The grain sorghum fields continue to look good. St. Francis County received the last rain that it should need to make it to the end of the year. The heads are starting to turn color, and there are very few worms. The field in Woodruff County is heading unevenly, and we continue to scout for worms. The number has been coming up with every scout, and we are up to around 1 per head right now.
|July 15, 2011 CGSRVP Weekly Update|
|R5||102 in||Field is drying down for harvest.|
|R5||105 in||Field continues to receive irrigations.|
|R5||107 in||Starch line has moved down to around 40%. Field still needs one more irrigation early next week, then it should be done.|
|R3||110 in||Irrigations continue on this field.|
|R2||103 in||Field pollinated good and continues to receive irrigations.|
|R5||104 in||Field continues to receive irrigations. Should see some starch line movement next week.|
|53 in||Field is starting to turn color and is looking great. The grain sorghum received 1.50 inches of rain and should be set for the year. Worms were scouted one more time and very few were found.|
|51 in||Scouted the field again for worms. Worm count was right around 1 per head. Will scout again the end of this week, and then again early next week.|