Temple continues his talk with XA member Greg Dell about the technology improvements he made to his sprayer this summer and the pay off that resulted.
Temple visits with XA member Greg Dell to talk about a new piece of technology he added to his sprayer that showed immediate ROI by allowing him to get in the field and get ahead of a bout of tar spot moving into his area over the summer. He talks with Temple about the lift kit he installed from Simon Innovations.
Johnny Verell and his chief sprayer operator talk to Damian about the after-market reversing fan technology that prevents their radiator from clogging up with corn pollen and overheating. Preventing this from happening during early season spraying jobs is easy, but when the corn gets tall you’d be stopping routinely to blow out your machine’s cooling system. Now it’s handled automatically so you can keep on the task at hand!
Chad thought he had an opening to get into this field, but...maybe not. What better time to show and explain why he uses theses nozzles on his sprayer than when in a 7 foot hole?
Kelly talks about how he manages tough soils versus how he manages his good soils including the use of precision systems from CapstanAg.
Temple Rhodes is always up for trying something new, so when he saw Johnny Verell Side-Dressing with his sprayer, he said #SendIt.
Johnny Verell does things a little different than most when it comes to laying down a side dress solution on his corn. He talks about how he uses his sprayer and how he mitigates the burn.
Your sprayer is an expensive piece of equipment that gets plenty of use deploying expensive crop inputs. Nick Fleitz, our resident sprayer expert and agronomist from Pentair Hypro explains three mistakes that could be costing you money and robbing yield.
Your top few inches of soil are ripe with fertility, but the water and uptake roots are deeper where there’s a nutrient void. We are talking about diagnosing and fixing nutrient stratification with Shaun Guthmiller of Concept Agritek.