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Jun
2012
Soybean Research Verification Program Weekly Update – June 25, 2012
Author: Chris Grimes, Program Associate - Soybean/Wheat Verification Coordinator

Irrigation is what’s going on in the verification fields at this time. We are trying to keep the fields moving forward and fulfill the plants water needs with timely irrigation. We still have a few fields that we are trying clean up the weeds in and get the irrigation started on. Insect and disease pressure hasn’t been a problem so far.

June 25, 2012 SRVP Weekly Update
 
CountyVariety StageGeneral Information
Arkansas-1HBK 5221V7Glyphosate + Classic were applied 6-21-12 for grass, morningglory, and hemp sesbania. The first irrigation is planned early next week.
Arkansas-2Halo 4:94V13-R2The crop is progressing rapidly, and irrigation is scheduled early next week.
ChicotOzark & OsageV8Plowed a second time yesterday following 3.5 inch rain on 6/12. The first irrigation is to begin Saturday.
Conway (DC)V1Field looks good this week, but we have emerged grass and morningglory that we need to take care of. Recommended 1qt/a Glyphosate plus .25oz/a Classic and 1pt/a Dual for emerged weeds and residual.
Crittenden-1Halo 4:65V8-R2Field was irrigated on 6-19-12 and looks good this week. The second application of liberty did a good job on escapes and emerged weeds. No insect or disease this week. Irrigation scheduler is calling for irrigation again on 6-24-12.
Crittenden-2Halo 4:65V12-R4Field was irrigated on 6-18-12 and looks good this week. Insect pressure was very low this week and no sign of any disease.
Irrigation scheduler is calling for irrigation on 6-25-12.
CrossProgeny 4807V5 Picked up emerged grass and morningglory and recommended 22oz/a Roundup PMAX or 32oz/a Glyphosate. Levees have been mark for irrigation. No insect or disease pressure.
DeshaArmor 47R44V12-R3Second irrigation began 6-23-12.
DrewArmor 47R44V12-R3Second irrigation began 6-23-12.
Faulkner (DC)Halo 5:25VEThe field is starting to emerge and we are applying about 1/2" of moisture through center pivot across the field to help with emrgence. Incorporated 1qt/a of Trifluralin before planting for some preemergence activity.
GreeneAG 5503VCField is up to a stand this week. Will take stand counts next week.
LafayetteDelta Grow 4880V11-R2The grower plans to plow early this week. Received 1.2 inches last Saturday.
LawrencePio 94Y40V9-R2Field received irrigation on 6-16-12 and continues to move along. Irrigation scheduler is calling for irrigation 0n 6-24. No insect or disease pressure this week.
LincolnHalo 5:651 qt. glyphosate + 1 qt. paraquat + 1.3 pts. Dual was applied Sunday, and the field was planted Tuesday (6-19).
MillerPio 94Y40V10-R2A fifth irrigation was applied over the weekend.
MississippiOsageV10Irrigation was started on 6-21-12. We are utilizing a surge valve on the field to see if we can increase irrigation efficiency. No insect or disease pressure this week.
Phillips-1Pio 94Y70V13-R2Drilled beans are near lapping now, and we continue to hoe escaped pigweed. A second irrigation was completed today.
Phillips-2UA 4910V15-R2This conventional variety looks very good, and we have had no pigweed escapes to date. A second irrigation was completed on 6-22.
PoinsettArmor 48R40V10-R3Field received it's first irrigation and responded well to it. Plants have started to set pods, so irrigation will be critical the rest of the season. No insect or disease pressure this week.
PrairieUA 4910V11-R3Field was irrigated on 6-18-12 and responded well. Insect pressure was low and no disease pressure this week. Irrigation scheduler is calling for irrigation on 6-25-12.

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