In the future, you will use less chemistry per acre. This reduction will be due to cost — and very likely environmental regulation. How will we produce good crops using fewer gallons of chemistry? Watch this to see what the future of spraying might look like.
What you are doing in the fall — from the combine pass until the calendar flips to the new year — can have a big impact on nutrient availability for your crops come next summer. XA’s Matt Swanson explains how the impact of tillage, residue degradation products, or cover crops affect nutrient distribution and availability for next summer’s crop. A great discussion on a subject you’re probably not thinking enough about in this episode of Cutting The Curve with Damian Mason.
Damian talks with Kevin Matthews and Chad Henderson about where they think yield potential is and the limiting factors on their farms that are currently keeping them from getting there.
Lee's giving a new seed treatment a whirl on his wheat fields this season. Stay tuned for the results.
Earlier this spring, Temple flew on an emergency application of a Pacesetter to stop head scab from spreading throughout his wheat field. The spring emergency application has resulted in a new fall standard.
Kevin presents the results from his recent farm trials using AgroLiquid's nitrogen stabilizer on his corn crops.
As a farmer, the plants you grow are primarily composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, which are the same elements found in sugar. It begs the question, why aren't you utilizing more sugar on your crops? Chad Henderson talks about his sugar strategy for his crop with Damian Mason and Concept AgriTek’s Derek Cattoor.
Starting in August, farmers are presented with purchasing programs for next season’s inputs. Which inputs should you buy now? What programs make sense? How much different are purchase decisions in an era of higher interest rates? Those questions and more are addressed as Damian Mason sits down with Jarod Creed of JC Ag Financial and Iowa farmers Kelly Garrett and Jeremy Muff.