Kevin talks about the difference he is seeing on the corn that received a few extra product applications versus the corn that did not.
With elevated fertilizer prices the new norm and even questions of availability of synthetic fertilizers, manure has become quite popular. But what do we know now about manure that we didn’t as recently as a few years ago as it pertains to application rates, nutrient availability, and preserving the nutrients after manure application? Dave Kaltenberg with Agrotech USA sits down for an informative discussion on maximizing manure as a crop input.
Does it matter where you farm? Or is it just the soil that matters when choosing the right inputs? Damian talks with Mike Evans and Stephanie from Agroliquid about geographical differences and how that changes farming practices.
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.
With wheat prices looking good and a hopper full of lessons gleaned from this year’s "Wheat Wager,” the guys from XtremeAg have big plans for wheat in 2023. They’ll explain what they learned from 2022, the products and practices that worked (or didn’t!), and what they’re doing to improve upon last year in our Wheat Webinar.
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.
In 1986, Lee Lubbers became the first farming family to plant soybeans in his area of west river South Dakota. He hasn't looked back since. This year, Lee is once again making his own history as he is able to produce a soybean crop in one of the driest years on record. It all comes down to stress mitigation, and that is why he is trialing a new product from Pro Farm (formerly Marrone Bio Innovations) that is derived from coconut oil and is designed to get soybeans through a tough year like this.
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.
If you’re a soybean producer, you don’t want to miss this XtremeAg webinar. The guys share their results, observations, and lessons from foliar products applied to this season’s soybean crop. What products and practices were applied and when? What worked? What didn’t? What can we do to improve next year?