Chad's focus this season has been on finding the right mix to get more out of his double-crop beans. His goal? Push them from 50-60 bpa to 80-90 bpa. He takes a look differences in branching in his Concept AgriTek trial.
With the ability to spray fields, scout for problems, identify pests and diseases, and more, drones offer a multitude of benefits for farmers. Johnny Verell is a believer in the technology and he talks with Damian Mason about how and why he uses a drone on his west Tennessee farm.
Temple is trying to figure out how to prevent the first set of soybean branches from aborting pods when the plants become dense and crowded.
Kevin has insects eating his soybean leaves so since he has to get back in the field, he might as well #sendit. Here is what's in his last pass.
Kelly and Mike have been pushing this soybean crop since the beginning. They are on the verge of making their R5 application. Here is what (and how) they are looking to accomplish with this last application.
Temple's soybeans are on the ground and aborting pods. He talks about what he does when this happens to salvage yield.
Chad Henderson makes a visit across the border to learn a little more about farming in Canada with Sam Coutu. They talk corn stand and population.
Temple explains his first ever Milo crop, his practices, and why grain sorghum makes sense for him (and it might make sense for you!)
He never intended to grow double crop corn in this field, so he didn't fertilize the field beforehand for corn. Now he wants to make the most of the nutrients present in the wheat stubble. Johnny Verell and Brian Adams talk about their method for breaking down the wheat residue.