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.
It's been the 129th driest year out of the 131 on record and this field is still draining. Another example of where his high-yield path and his sustainable path converge to improve the ROI on his farm.
The soybeans are out and Chad is happy with the results on this "OG Drain Tile Field."
Facing issues of poor drainage, compaction, and nutrient imbalances, Matt is installing a drain tile system on his farm to overcome these challenges and improve the soil's health.
Kelly believes the drain tile he installed to eliminate wet spots is also helping this crop get through the extremely dry times. Here is why.
Chad explains why his tile field needs a lift station and your field may not.
The folks at ADS came to Matt Miles with a proposal: Give us your worst field and let us put in drainage tile accompanied by technology to use the tile for subsurface irrigation.
Chad talks about a trial he is conducting on his ground to determine the right spacing for his drain tile.