This past week we were able to visit the Lake Preston L.E.A.P. plot and Blunt L.E.A.P. plot. A recent storm event passed through Blunt, SD and we were very lucky to still have the Blunt L.E.A.P. plot as areas near this location had received baseball size hail and strong winds.
This week, Jeff Sorenson, Legend Sales Agronomist, was in Fairfax, MN to review the performance of LR 9097 GENSSRIB:
This week, Matt Caron, Legend Sales Agronomist, reviews the performance of LR 9905 VIP3220 EZREF:
After recent storms passed through the Lake Preston area, we walked the Lake Preston L.E.A.P. plot checking for green snap and root lodging. Green snap happens when strong winds cause the stalk to break, typically at a node. Green snap typically occurs when the stalk is rapidly elongating, resulting in brittle cell walls.