Kevin and Matt talk with Mark Coots from Teva about correcting nutrient deficiencies while maintaining balance in your soil.
Kevin Matthews and Matt Miles talk about biologicals and their plans for spring applied biology with Concept AgriTek's Mark Glastetter while at the 2023 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky.
Kevin talks about the difference he is seeing on the corn that received a few extra product applications versus the corn that did not.
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.
Are biologicals the next wave in the evolution of farming? Will drones replace aerial applicators? What’s the future of fertility look like? How did crop input shortages change production Ag? Trey Curtis, CEO of Concept Agritek joins Damian Mason to discuss trends impacting Agriculture today and tomorrow.
Is your water source working against your fertility plan? If you you have irrigation on your farm, you likely sleep a little better at night knowing that you have some control over stress levels of your crop throughout the season. But, as Kelly and Mike discovered, the EC of their water was a pretty big yield limiter for them. They talk about how they are using biologicals as part of the solution.
After doing a total soil digestibility test, Kelly and Mike were surprised to see the amount of fertility that was in their soil. They don’t need more fertility, they need more availability. That is why they are experimenting with a sort of "fertility enhancer" from Sound Ag.
Water, oxygen and biology help break down and move nutrients into the root zone for uptake by plants. But it is not always a free flow of nutrients throughout the soil, in fact it is often not. So how do you get the nutrients that are below the root zone into the root zone and into the plant? Kelly and Mike talk about how they are "unstratifying their nutrients" with some help from Concept Agritek's Shaun Guthmiller.