Kevin talks about how he plans to take the information from the last few years and focus on overcoming those limiting factors that have traditionally held his crop back.
Kelly says that Agronomy is Biology + Chemistry. When it comes to biologicals, when they do not work he believes it is in large part due to an issue with the balance of soil chemistry. He talks about how he is using Nutricharge to help get his soil chemistry right.
Kelly explains what a plant growth regulator is and why he is using Radiate as part of his grower standard practice.
Matt is trialing a disease protection package from FMC that he hopes will deliver the protection he needs to benefit from a lower planted population.
Kelly talks about the 5-phase approach that he is taking in his AgXplore trials this season.
Matt Miles is running a complex test plot to determine the ideal combination of products for his grower standard practice.
Temple Rhodes started applying nutrients in-furrow at time of planting 12 years ago. He didn’t get everything right the first go-round but in the learning years since, he’s certainly become a believer. Last year one of Temple's experiments demonstrated a 2,500 to 3,000 corn plant emergence difference between in-furrow nutrition acres versus non in-furrow treatment. The difference, according to Temple is in the building of the foundation. “I’m building a factory within that plant and you can’t build a factory without a firm foundation."
How to make sure you are putting the right amount of fertility, where your crop needs it and most importantly when it needs it. Damian Mason leads a panel discussion at the 2023 Commodity Classic with Matt Miles, Kevin Matthews, Nachurs' Tommy Roach and Luke Murrow from 360 Yield Center.