After harvesting his early planted beans at the end of July, Matt is now facing the next hurdle as he attempts to grow a successful second crop of soybeans in one year. He talks through all the factors that led him to this decision.
We’ve been instructed since the advent of soil testing on the importance of the macronutrients — nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. But what about carbon? Where’s it on the soil sample, why do I need it, and where do I buy it for my crops?
At a 7/10th of an ounce use rate, a little bit of Source goes a long way. But will it do the job of boosting nitrogen efficiency on Chad's irrigated corn as promised? Chad talks about the new foliar from SoundAg as he preps his next sprayer load.
The Alabama state corn yield record holder likes what he sees so far with his contest corn. It also happens to be the location for the Lab trial he is conducting with AgXplore products. He talks about the program and how he plans to finish out the season with what he hopes will be a new Alabama yield record.
Sometimes the right strategy and a strong finish can even make up for a slow start. The guys from XtremeAg will share their late season strategies to help you push through the finish line as a winner.
Kelly talks with Stephanie from Agroliquid about next steps for boosting his corn crop heading into the final stretch.
What should you be doing between now and running those combines to get maximum return from your crop? Chad says it's not too late to make a difference. Here is why.
Chad has a deadline on these beans of August 15th. After that, the housing contractor will be moving in with the bulldozers. He planted a 2.9 bean, not typical for northern Alabama and is secretly praying that the paperwork gets lost so he can buy himself a few more weeks. He talks with his BASF about disease pressure and how he plans to take these beans to the finish line.