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GDDs and corn emergence

December 17, 2019 | aazfmwrl | No Comments

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A great deal of field work has been done over in the week. As corn is being planted across the eastern Corn Belt and another growing season has begun, it will be time to walk and scout fields. Once the corn is planted, the next critical event will be uniform emergence. Many producers have read or heard that it takes about 100 to 120 Growing Degree Days (GDDs) for corn to emerge, but what does that mean?A GDD (also referred to as Growing Degree Units) is a calculation based on daily high and low temperatures. This calculation helps to predict stages of growth in corn based on an accumulation of heat units or GDDs. The basic formula for calculating GDDs is: add the daily maximum temperature to the daily minimum, divide by 2, then subtract 50. The value calculated by this formula is the total number of GDDs accumulated in one day. It is a fairly simple equation with a few limitations: The highest maximum temperature that can be used in the equation is 86 degrees F (even if actual temps are higher) and the lowest value for the low temperature that can be used is 50 degrees F (even if actual temps are lower). The reason for these limits is that corn growth and development is significantly reduced and/or stopped at temperatures above 86 degrees F and below 50 degrees F.When daily accumulations of GDDs (accumulated after planting) add up to a total of 100 to 120GDDs, corn seedlings should be emerging. While watching fields for corn to emerge this spring, keep in mind that daily temperature fluctuations will play a significant role in determining the period of time between planting and emergence.last_img read more

Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter 7/16/2010

December 17, 2019 | xppcyhzz | No Comments

first_img SharePrint RelatedGroundspeak Weekly Newsletter – April 4, 2012April 4, 2012In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter”The 4 Most Common Geocache Hiding MistakesMay 6, 2014In “Maker Madness”Padlocks, RFID chips, and secret briefcases: an interview with a geocaching maniacMarch 12, 2019In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter” Five Important Things to Know Before Placing a GeocacheThere are now more than 1.1 million active geocaches around the world. The most exciting geocaching experiences come from fun, creative and challenging geocaches. If you would like to add your own cache to the growing tally, here are five important things to consider before you get started.1. The more experience you have finding caches, the better you will be at knowing what makes a great hide. So, get out there and find a bunch of caches before you consider hiding your own.2. Review the guidelines for placing a geocache. They are fundamental to ensuring that your cache can be listed on Geocaching.com.3. Geocaches cannot be placed within 1/10th of a mile (161 m) of one another. Visit www.geocaching.com/seek and conduct a search for caches in the area that you have chosen for your cache. If the area is saturated with geocaches, you may want to consider a more unique location.4. A volunteer reviewer looks at each new geocache listing before it is published on Geocaching.com. Work with your local reviewer. They are highly experienced geocachers and may have follow-up questions or advice that will help expedite the review process.5. Owning a geocache requires an ongoing commitment. Maintenance requirements include upkeep of the container, replacing the logbook and addressing any unforeseen problems. If you want to place a geocache, make sure that the area is accessible to you so that you can fulfill this obligation.Find more information about placing a geocache in the Groundspeak Knowledge Books.Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

What Your Calendar Projects

December 9, 2019 | rkbamvjw | No Comments

first_img Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Now When I look at your online calendar, the one that allows me to schedule time with you, I notice something that causes me to believe one of two things. Because there are not very many openings, I assume that you are super busy, in which case, I worry about you having enough time and attention for me. If I am a relatively small client, then I really worry. If you are an entrepreneur and I don’t see nights and weekends, I wonder about your commitment to your business, the business that you started.When I look at the calendar and notice there is nothing booked and you have plenty of time, then it looks like you are not busy at all, in which case I wonder how good you are at what you do, since you have nothing but white space. When you tell me that you have provided the calendar for my convenience as part of your email signature, then I assume the empty space on your calendar is there because no one took you up on your offer of a meeting.Neither of these assumptions needs to be true for someone to decide what the lack of time or the abundance of time means. Some portion of the already small population that will click your link won’t make any judgment at all. Others will view what they see through their own beliefs, biases, and experiences.If you are including calendar links in an email request for a meeting, you are expecting too much of your prospective client. We use terms like “demand generation,” as if it were possible for you to generate anything that might be called demand. You are pursuing your dream client, not the other way around. It isn’t their job to schedule with you, no matter how convenient.The calendar link is another way to mistake efficiency for effectiveness. Even though you might think it causes people to believe that you are in demand, but once they click through, they may another impression.last_img read more

first_img The Government will be scaling up engagement of unattached youth in the programme of learning, earning, giving back to country through service, and saving (LEGS) while working.This is among the priority areas for the Administration during the new fiscal year, in order to provide training and employment opportunities for young people.Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, in his Throne Speech in Gordon House on Thursday (February 15), said that Youth Employment in the Digital and Animation Industries (YEDAI)/Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) Project will also increase.He said the country welcomes the reduction in unemployment, which is at its lowest level over the past 10 years, with youth unemployment falling by seven per cent from October 2016 to October 2017.The Governor-General noted, however, that more needs to be done. He said the virtual economy presents a “unique and attractive” opportunity for creative young Jamaicans to access employment overseas, while residing locally.He pointed out that Jamaica is well poised to take advantage of this opportunity, “due to our geographical and cultural proximity to the outsourcing markets of the western hemisphere”.Meanwhile, the Governor-General advised that the public sector transformation programme will continue, with 18 public bodies slated for rationalisation.Additionally, he said the central database of all government employees is slated to be created to facilitate evidence-based decisions. The Governor-General noted, however, that more needs to be done. He said the virtual economy presents a “unique and attractive” opportunity for creative young Jamaicans to access employment overseas, while residing locally. Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, in his Throne Speech in Gordon House on Thursday (February 15), said that Youth Employment in the Digital and Animation Industries (YEDAI)/Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) Project will also increase. The Government will be scaling up engagement of unattached youth in the programme of learning, earning, giving back to country through service, and saving (LEGS) while working. Story Highlightslast_img read more