This Has The Potential To Push These Beans Over The Top
He thinks he has one of the best starts on beans so far. He does a root check on his R1-R2 soybeans. Here is what he sees so far.
Why Calcium Should Be A Bigger Part of Your Fertilizer Budget
Kelly Garrett’s Iowa farm fields are saturated with calcium, whereas Kevin Matthews’ North Carolina fields are calcium deficient. Yet, they both apply a quart of calcium per acre. Why? Because calcium is a limiting factor for both farmers. Kevin and Kelly discuss with Damian Mason, the role of calcium as a mover of nutrients and more importantly, talk about what they are doing to get it into the plant.
We Have Less Lodging In Our Wheat. Here is why
Last December, Chad Henderson bet Temple Rhodes that his wheat would be laying down by this time in the season. Well it is still standing and Temple knows why.
Switching From a Dry Fertilizer Program to Liquid & Making It Profitable
Matt Miles admits, when it comes to his fertility program, he wasn’t an early adopter. “It was old school, it was easy…and easy isn’t always the best.” He now uses frequent liquid fertilizer applications — in-furrow, via Y-drop, and over the top foliar. Matt and Layne Miles explain their fertility program evolution with Damian Mason on this episode of the Cutting The Curve Podcast.
Mitigating Stress In His Cotton Plot
Matt just finished planting his cotton trial for Loveland Products. He is focused on mitigating stress and getting the in-furrow fertility just right this season.
This Gives Me A Bigger WIndow
When you farm as many acres as Chad with as many different soil types and locations, you have to focus on efficiency. Chad talks about why he chooses to use products on certain acres, and not on others.
Enhancing Uptake In The Furrow
Matt talks with Bert Riggan from Concept Agritek about a new experimental product that he is trialing that promises to enhance the seeds ability to take up nutrients.
Matt Wants More Calcium in His Cotton Plants at Full Boll Load
When it comes to cotton, getting calcium into the plant has always been a challenge for Matt Miles. How does he plan to get more calcium in his cotton plants at full boll load?
In the Top Echelon of Products I Use
Matt talks to aerial applicator, David Glover, about a new product from Agrotech USA that is designed to protect and enhance the efficiency of dry nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium applications.