Farming

Hybrid Agronomy

Hybrid Agronomy

An in depth conversation about hybrids, diseases, fungicide responses, application timing, stalk strength, drought stress, kernel depth, row spacing, population, when to combine and perhaps most importantly, a trick for keeping the gnats away.

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Getting Ready for Next Spring

Getting Ready for Next Spring

Temple has a heavy residue issue that if left unchecked will interfere with planter performance, emergence and stand next spring. Here is what he plans to do about it.

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Keeping fertility Rates up with Less Product?

Keeping fertility Rates up with Less Product?

After doing a total soil digestibility test, Kelly and Mike were surprised to see the amount of fertility that was in their soil. They don’t need more fertility, they need more availability. That is why they are experimenting with a sort of "fertility enhancer" from Sound Ag.

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UNSTRATIFYING YOUR NUTRIENTS

UNSTRATIFYING YOUR NUTRIENTS

Water, oxygen and biology help break down and move nutrients into the root zone for uptake by plants. But it is not always a free flow of nutrients throughout the soil, in fact it is often not. So how do you get the nutrients that are below the root zone into the root zone and into the plant? Kelly and Mike talk about how they are "unstratifying their nutrients" with some help from Concept Agritek's Shaun Guthmiller.

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A Nitrogen Punch

A Nitrogen Punch

Kelly Garrett had a plan to go heavy on soybean acres in 2022. But that changed in a matter of days when he made the decision to switch 500 acres from beans to corn just a few weeks before the season. This presented a problem since these fields had no fall applied nitrogen on them. Mike Evans turned to a new product from SoundAg that is designed to pull more plant available nitrogen out of the soil.

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Seaweed As A Crop Input?

Seaweed As A Crop Input?

You probably didn’t realize this, but seaweed has been utilized as a crop input for 40 or 50 years in some specialty crop production systems. Now, seaweed’s benefits are being discovered and put to work in commodity cropping systems. In short, seaweed helps crops because it thrives in cold, dark, salty environments and it’s good at it — kelp has been in the oceans for millennia! Brian Cornelius, Director of Applied Sciences with Agricen explains the stress mitigation benefits of seaweed.

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Gonna Try To Make Something Happen

Gonna Try To Make Something Happen

Chad breaks down the product mix for his last foliar pass on his AgroLiquid soybean trial plot. It includes a pretty big shot of K.

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Increasing Uptake in the 4th Quarter

Increasing Uptake in the 4th Quarter

Chad is applying his last foliar on his AgXplore soybean trial plot in order to increase nutrient uptake in the 4th quarter.

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Stress Mitigation

Stress Mitigation

Chad talks about the products he is applying from Marrone Bio that are designed to enhance crop protection and mitigate late season stress.

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