Interesting May Weather - Let's Talk Replant Considerations

May 8, 2019

This spring has been a whirlwind of weather patterns throughout our region. While many farms have corn and even soybeans out of the ground, and others are still weeks away from planting, knowing your options for the possibility of a replant before that seed gets put into the ground can ease some tension if the problem may arise.
 
First and foremost, know that as a 100% by-crop customer of Hoegemeyer that is planting products with the LumiGENseed treatment, you have the opportunity to get your replant seed for FREE*. Even if you are not a 100% customer, know that, under some conditions, you may still have this opportunity. Speak with your DSM or Agronomist to learn more.
 
It is also important to consider the potential for yield loss from delayed planting due to replant. The possibility of a reduced stand in your first planting may still be more feasible than the potential yield loss due to a shorter growing season that your replant seed will have to deal with. While every situation is different, the main points to consider no matter what weather or planting situation you’ve been dealt is outlined below.
 
  • Planting date - and possible planting date of the replant
  • Expected stand loss
  • Hybrid or variety planted 
  • Soil conditions that may hinder any growth problems into the future

In summary, if you feel you may need to replant or have unexpected stand loss, don't hesitate to reach out to your local Hoegemeyer representative so we can evaluate options. Evaluating and resolving these issues as early as possible will get you on track to having the best opportunity for a successful crop.

 

- Jonathan Williams, Southern Team Product Agronomist

 

*Refer to 2018-19 Hoegemeyer Business Manual for specific Replant Program Guidelines

 

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