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Keeping The Water Off The Wheat
It's the middle of winter, and Chad has had a good bit of rain in the past month. He shows us how he keeps the water off his wheat by managing the water table with his ADS drain tile system.
2022 Results and Impressions: Advanced Drainage Systems - Matt Miles
Matt Miles discusses the Advanced Drainage Systems trials he conducted this season. ADS
2022 Results and Impressions: Advanced Drainage Systems - Chad Henderson
Chad Henderson discusses the Advanced Drainage Systems trials he conducted this season.
PRECISION WATER MANAGEMENT
The installation of drain tile 2 years ago has changed farming for Chad, opening up new areas of the field for growth. He explains how the ADS lift station, remote monitoring and weather station work together to deliver a new level of precision water management.
CAN HE GROW WHEAT IN THIS FIELD?
Chad is putting his drain tile system to the system as he plants a wheat crop for the first time in a spot that he would have never dared plant before his drain tile was installed. Will it work?
Farming Practices That Could Make You Money In Other Marketplaces
Kelly talks about the practices he is doing on his farm that make him money in the carbon marketplace. He also talks with Mariah from Truterra about the other marketplace opportunities besides carbon credits that are coming down the pike soon.
Managing The Water Table With Tile Technology
Take a closer look at the high-tech drain tile system that Chad uses to manage the water table level exactly where he needs it at all times...even in a drought.
Cover Crops and Carbon
Kelly talks about and shows first hand why he plants cover crops whenever possible. From preventing erosion to mitigating moisture loss, increasing fertility and carbon levels in his soil, and selling carbon credits through partners like Nori, Kelly is a believer in cover crops.
The Red Rice Battle
Miles Farms is running 24/7 trying to get their rice crop in. Layne talks about the pre-emerge program they are using and the battle against red rice.
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