Mike and Kelly take a look at the root structures of two different wheat seed treatments. Their hope is that they can find a way to control diseases in the soil and plants without using traditional synthetic chemicals.
A crop that many farmers have tried and failed because of its many complexities, Caleb talks about how he decides it's time to pull the peanuts.
As you store your combine and grain cart with harvest 2023 in the rearview mirror, it’s the perfect time to fix your focus on crop year 2024. What inputs will you use, what changes will you make, and what practices could be altered for bigger results next year? The guys from XtremeAg address those questions and more in this webinar.
Earlier this spring, Temple flew on an emergency application of a Pacesetter to stop head scab from spreading throughout his wheat field. The spring emergency application has resulted in a new fall standard.
The weather is cooling down, the combines have been rolling with fall harvest…it’s time to think about wheat! If you grow wheat or even if you don't. From seed selection, to field prep, to fertility practices, to seeding rate, to what they put in the sprayer and when they do their spraying, the XA team explains their methods and take your questions.
They learned about adding a fall fungicide application to his winter wheat crop last season from Temple Rhodes. Despite the really dry winter, Kelly says the plant health was really good early on as a result of this fungicide fertility pass in the fall.
As dry as it has been this year in Iowa and across most of the midwest, the last thing you would expect to see is tar spot. But, guess what Kelly found in his field?
Kevin Matthews had a corn field hit by hail in late June. After assessing the damage, he decided to deviate from his usual approach to save the hailed corn.