Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains why it's important to close or narrow the gap between what you've planted, and the final stand count.
Stand Assessment Step 2: Improve Your Stand Count Technique
In part 2 of this 5-part series, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains how to improve your...
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