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Cover Crops and Carbon

Cover Crops and Carbon

Kelly talks about and shows first hand why he plants cover crops whenever possible. From preventing erosion to mitigating moisture loss, increasing fertility and carbon levels in his soil, and selling carbon credits through partners like Nori, Kelly is a believer in cover crops.

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Matt's Foliar Program for Cotton

Matt's Foliar Program for Cotton

Matt Miles will make 11 different foliar passes on his cotton field this season. Seems about right for a plant that Matt says is trying to die from the minute it emerges. 6 of those passes will be part of a trial he is doing with Agroliquid to foliar feed potassium into the plant. He is joined by Molly from Agroliquid and his agronomist, Robbo, to talk about the foliar feeding regimen he plans to implement on this year's crop.

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5 Big Commodity Marketing Mistakes Farmers Make

5 Big Commodity Marketing Mistakes Farmers Make

Modern farming operations have a lot of moving parts and, as such, farm operators wear a lot of hats — business owner, equipment manager, purchasing agent, employee supervisor, part time agronomist, and grain marketer. The last role — grain marketer— can be a real challenge given the volatility of commodity prices and the complexity of the marketplace. Because grain marketing is so challenging, the people of Silveus Financial identified the 5 most common marketing mistakes farmers make. Silveus’s risk advisors Sean Findley and Bryce Guse join me to help your farm avoid those mistakes.

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Uptake! Getting Fertility Into The Plant

Uptake! Getting Fertility Into The Plant

As Fertilizer prices are high, farmers like Matt Miles are looking for ways to increase the effectiveness of their existing nutrients. We talk to Robbo Dedman from Ultimate Ag Consulting and James Paterson of Agrotech USA about increasing plant uptake availability, how it works? and why you need to understand what is happening in your soil?

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Rebuilding Soil Biology

Rebuilding Soil Biology

The soil is a living thing. When a field is completely under water for a period of time and deprived of oxygen, that living thing tends to die. How do you rebuild that soil biology fast and effectively? Riley Anderson, an XtremeAg Affiliate in Manitoba, Canada, is working with AgXplore to restore biology to a field that was under water. He talks about the first step in bringing life back to his Canola field in this video. Stay tuned as we follow Riley's effort to rebuild soil biology this season.

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Webinar: Everything you need to know about selling your carbon credits

Webinar: Everything you need to know about selling your carbon credits

You’ve likely been hearing about carbon revenue opportunities for farmers for a couple years now. But what’s the deal and how do you go about making a carbon deal? What changes to your farming practices are required and who monitors your practices? Most importantly, how much money are we talking about — because let’s face it, carbon credit deals are still anything but mainstream. Watch and/or listen as we discuss everything you need to know about selling your carbon credits with Kelly Garrett, Temple Rhodes, Matt Miles and the folks at Truterra.

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FINDING THE RIGHT IN-FURROW PROGRAM FOR COTTON

Cotton is a plant that is born to die. It emerges and then it spends the rest of its life trying to die. Well, maybe not exactly, but, let's face it Cotton is finicky and requires a lot of attention. We are in Matt Miles' cotton field with Molly Alexander and Stephanie Zelinko from Agroliquid talking about in-furrow trials and needs of cotton. Also Available as a Short Cut

 

 

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The Corn Scout

The Corn Scout

Consultant Robbo Dedman and Layne Miles from Miles Farms are taking a closer look at their Integra 6811 corn plot at the v7-v8 stage. They are scouting for nutrient deficiencies, disease and any impediments to photosynthesis, as well as the xylem structure. The also talk about the next application steps for this crop.

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Finding The Right In-Furrow Program For Cotton

Finding The Right In-Furrow Program For Cotton

Cotton is a plant that is born to die. It emerges and then it spends the rest of its life trying to die. Well, maybe not exactly, but, let's face it Cotton is finicky and requires a lot of attention. We are in Matt Miles' cotton field with Molly Alexander and Stephanie Zelinko from Agroliquid talking about in-furrow trials and needs of cotton. Also Available as a Short Cut

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Can it be done? Beans on Beans Without a Yield Penalty

Can it be done? Beans on Beans Without a Yield Penalty

As renewable diesel looks to become a reality in the future, the pressure will be on farmers to deliver increased levels of soy oils. Problem is that growing beans on beans almost always results in a significant yield penalty. Kelly Garrett is hoping to be able to find a way to grow beans in the same spot 2 years in a row without a yield penalty. He has enlisted Tommy Roach from Nachurs to develop a special in-furrow and 2x2 mix for beans on beans.

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Xtreme Ag Labs: A Systems Approach

Xtreme Ag Labs: A Systems Approach

Kelly talks with the AgXplore agronomy team about the system approach that AgXplore is using on his farm this season and what is expected from each of the planter applied products.

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You Might Have This Issue With Your Conceal Knife-Tip. Kevin has a fix.

You Might Have This Issue With Your Conceal Knife-Tip. Kevin has a fix.

Kevin shares a modification that he applies to his Conceal that prevents the knife-tip from clogging up.

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Can You Make Money Selling Carbon Credits?

Can You Make Money Selling Carbon Credits?

We’ve been hearing about the financial promise of carbon markets in production Agriculture for a couple years. What’s the deal? What is required of you and your farm to get paid for carbon? What changes to your practices will be required? How long is the contract and who exactly pays the carbon bill? How much carbon are you sequestering? And most importantly, is the financial incentive enough to justify the work of signing up? Those questions and more are answered by Mariah Murphy with Truterra. Tune in to find out if carbon can be the next income diversification tool on your farm.

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XtremeAg is a community of highly successful farmers from across the United States coming together to offer an Xtreme look into their personal farming operations through a unique website experience.

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NCGA National Winner
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Alabama State Corn Record Holder
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