Temple is cutting the last bit of one of the best wheat crops he has seen on his farm. He talks about his program, changes he has made and what he thinks really worked well this season.
Are you maximizing the return on your residue? We talk a lot about residue management, but today we are talking about maximizing the return on your residue. Damian talks to Caleb Traugh about using biologicals to extract nutrients from the residue.
Are your plant hormones imbalanced? There is probably a good chance they are. Here is what you need to know about the 5 principal hormone families. What their roles are and how to manage them to maximize plant health.
Kelly's wheat is not something to brag about this year, so he is using it as an experimental field now. His goal? Balance the chemistry in his plants at a level that he has never done before. A new level of management that includes Sap Testing instead of Tissue sampling.
An update on Kevin's wheat wager field and the applications he has done this spring so far.
The "#SendIt Twins", Temple Rhodes and Chad Henderson sit down with AgXplore’s Drew Parker at the 2023 Commodity Classic to discuss their key’s to success, key learnings since they first started farming, using tissue samples to stay proactive instead of reactive during the season, and a bunch more.
Sam Coutu wasn’t raised on a farm but he knew he wanted to work in production agriculture. He spent summers at his uncle’s dairy farm in his native Quebec then spent 3 months on a farm in Switzerland as a teenager. Today this first generation farmer operates 1,540 acres of corn, soybeans, and wheat. (Only 2% of the land in Quebec is farm ground!) Listen in and learn about Agriculture north of the St. Lawrence from our newest affiliate “Sam Of The North!”
Kevin Matthews and Temple Rhodes talk about what they learned last season from their phosphorus management trials and how that is changing their approach for this season.
Kevin Matthews and Temple Rhodes explain why they’ve adopted in-furrow Nutricharge application as a standard practice on their farms. Turns out you may already have adequate phosphorous levels, you’re just not utilizing it.