Tips to prevent fallow syndrome where crops have drowned out
WORTHINGTON -- If you are a crop producer in southern Minnesota, odds are you have had your share of drowned out spots in fields this year. Depending on field drainage and the rainfall received, there are still areas in fields across the region that have not been successfully replanted to a crop. Although options become more limited as the season progresses, establishing a crop in bare or drowned out spots will help avoid the issue called "fallow syndrome" in 2013.
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