Part of Chad's post harvest routine is to soil sample and then make pH adjustments to his soil. Chad talks about his target range and his method of choice for making adjustments to his soil.
There comes a time each season when you look at your fields and say, “this crop is made, nothing from here on will change the yield.” But what if we’ve been wrong about that and it’s not too late? Chad Henderson and Temple Rhodes experimented with late (late!) season corn applications with a mix of fertility products, fungicide, insecticide, plant growth regulators, and sugar. #SendIt
If you’re a soybean producer, you don’t want to miss this XtremeAg webinar. The guys share their results, observations, and lessons from foliar products applied to this season’s soybean crop. What products and practices were applied and when? What worked? What didn’t? What can we do to improve next year?
Lee Lubbers is a master of squeezing out a crop in a year when many of his neighbors are resorting to cutting their corn for silage and hoping for better times in 2023. While it never comes down to just one product, Lee talks about a few of the things he did this year that he believes made the difference between chopping and combining.
The XtremeAg guys have been trialing Source from SoundAg this season to increase their nitrogen availability. Kelly visits with a farmer just north of him who has been using the product for three seasons to talk about the results he has seen.
Lee Lubbers is all about soil biology. He is also consistently one of the top wheat producers in the country. Damian talks with Lee and Brian and Brad from ProFarm (formerly Marrone Bio Innovations) about how he uses biologicals in his wheat crop to not only deliver higher yields, but to keep his soil full of life.
Here at XtremeAg we like to point out ideas and products that work so effectively, they become standard practice. Sometimes you need to prove to yourself that your standard operating procedure is still viable. Kelly Garrett and his agronomist Mike Evans did that this year when they varied from their standard practice of applying variable rate nitrogen.
What happens when you plant beans in a no-till environment and then the wind blows piles of residue on top of the furrow? You have a germination problem. Mike Evans from Integrated Ag Solutions talks about what their plan is to prevent the same thing from happening again next spring.