One of the things that is in every one of Kelly's reproductive passes on his crop is potassium acetate. He talks about how, when and why he applies it.....and the ROI he sees from it.
Kevin talks with Tommy Roach of Nachurs about the late season push he made to build test weight on his corn crop. It looks like it paid off.
Kevin is in an area where he has historically seen 180-200 bpa at best on his corn crop. He is seeing a lot more this season. He stops the combine to take a look what is happening and share the details of the program he implemented in this field.
Kevin is finishing out this corn and soybean crop in his AgroLiquid field day plots. Here is what he likes and what he thinks needs improvement.
After another season comes to a close soon, Kelly is wondering if he needs to adjust his corn populations next season.
He is focused on enhancing soil health, boosting microbial activity, and increasing nutrient availability. These improvements reduce the energy needed to transport nutrients to the plants, allowing more energy to be allocated towards growth. He is currently testing a new product from Holganix this season that claims to do all of this.
Johnny Verell talks about the applications he made to his corn crop this season with the goal of packing weight into those kernels.
Big crops create big residue that you need to get through while planting next spring, or even maybe to plant this Fall’s cover crop. How effectively you break down said residue can have an absolute impact on next year’s crops. Also, there is a bonus of stored fertility within your residue just waiting to be untapped — but if managed incorrectly, you could lose that free fertilizer.