Drought stress magnifies compaction issues

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Growers are urged to assess compaction in their fields this fall.

According to agronomy experts with DuPont Pioneer, it is important to evaluate and address issues on a field-by-field basis as compaction depth may change.

Fields with layers of compaction added to drought stress this year by restricting root development in the compaction zone.

Source: DuPont Pioneer



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