Are you maximizing the return on your residue? We talk a lot about residue management, but today we are talking about maximizing the return on your residue. Damian talks to Caleb Traugh about using biologicals to extract nutrients from the residue.
Kelly talks about high base saturation of calcium he has and how he keeps the soil in his rolling Western Iowa hills even-keeled.
Temple and Kelly are each doing 40 acre labs with AgXplore using the company’s new ArchiTech — a foliar fertility product that contains a plant growth regulator. The product is the first EPA approved fertility PGR combo and its promise is time saving, ease of use, and bigger yields of course. Gunther Kreps and Jason Fettig with AgXplore join Temple and Kelly to explain.
Kelly might have an answer to one of the most frequently asked questions he gets asked by XtremeAg followers.
Temple Rhodes is always up for trying something new, so when he saw Johnny Verell Side-Dressing with his sprayer, he said #SendIt.
Kelly says this 32-acre field is one of the most important trials in his farming career. The goal? Get the chemistry right and let the biology go to work. He believes this will be the key to breaking the next yield barrier.
We are talking about micronutrient adjustments made based on the prior year's tissue sampling data from a different type of crop. Chad and Molly talk to Damian Mason about how they are using last year's corn tissue sampling results to make adjustments to this year's wheat crop.
Temple Rhodes talks about how he uses fertility to stunt his soybeans and stack nodes.