Recently, Field Agronomist Barry Anderson traveled to Europe to meet with Ag Leader EMEA staff Paul Rose and Sergey Ryzhov. They toured agronomy trials locations in the Ukraine and in Italy. Here’s what they saw in Italy:
It is a random selection as the trial itself has not yet been planted! They are waiting to chop the grass for silage and then plant the trials. It is normal in Italy to have two plantings, the first of which has now been done with longer season varieties. The second planting will take place anytime now with shorter season varieties which is when the trials will be done.
Above is a field summary map of another field that had varying soil types and clearly shows uplift being used. This field also had a very even emergence, though we did not visit as it was 40km away from where we were.