Legend Seeds Blog

This week, Mike Tofsrud, Legend Sales Agronomist, offers some tips on scouting for soybean aphids:

As we have heard from a lot of you, the most important aspect of a partnering seed company is providing products that perform. That is why we take that commitment toward delivering high-yielding, consistent producing, top quality products and services so seriously. As we look toward the future, we are pleased to showcase the evolution of our multi-brand strategy. We are taking a strong position of focusing on what’s in the bag to deliver on our commitment to you. Here’s a look at what to expect in our 2021 seed portfolio and how these products, brands, and solutions give you more buying power than ever before!

As reports and photos continue to flood in from the field, Legend Seeds is pleased to share a mid-season biologicals update on the performance observations from the products Legend Seeds offers our customers through YieldMaster Solutions, LLC.

While most Midwestern alfalfa is planted in the springtime, summer seeding has its benefits as well. For those who like to plant oats with their alfalfa for oatlage or for grain, consider planting a pure stand of oats followed by a summer seeded pure stand of alfalfa. This system will likely be more beneficial for the alfalfa component and still provide the oat crop benefit. The reason for this is twofold: Alfalfa doesn’t do well with competition and weed pressure is less of a problem in summer seeded alfalfa. Another benefit of summer seeding alfalfa is the following year will be a full production year instead of one or two less cuttings after a spring seeding.

This week, Matt Caron, Legend Sales Agronomist, is in our Lake Preston, SD Knowledge Plot discussing the benefits of QuickRoots and our LR 9004 DC5122 EZREF corn:

This week, Legend Sales Agronomist Ryan Larson discusses the benefits of fungicide application:

Corn is very susceptible to drought damage because the plant needs water for cell elongation and growth. Because corn cannot delay vegetative growth, there is a danger of yield loss from early drought conditions. Corn plants often roll their leaves to protect themselves from excessive moisture loss due to transpiration. Plants may roll their leaves in response to inadequate moisture, however, rolled leaves in the afternoon may not mean that corn is under drought stress. A key indicator of drought stress is when corn leaves begin to roll early in the morning and continue to stay rolled throughout the day.

Legend Seeds is pleased to share a biologicals update from YieldMaster Solutions, LLC. See below some interesting findings following emergence observations and what to look for to know if biologicals are working in your fields this season!

This week, Legend Sales Agronomist Jeffrey Sorenson discusses emergence and issues to watch out for:

This week, Legend Sales Agronomist Jeffrey Sorenson explains the importance of understanding soybean platforms and using the correct flags.

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