Early in his career, Kelly was convinced that you had to push fertility in order to get bigger yields. Today he stands in front of one of his top performing fields and talks about the steps he has taken to balance this field using more than fertility.
Chad breaks down the products he used in his AgXplore Corn Lab during planting time.
An estimated 5% or less of all farmers actually engage in regular tissue sampling of their crops. So, if you are not doing it, you are not alone. But that may not make it right. Chad debates the value of tissue sampling with Agroliquid agronomists Stephanie and Molly and they discuss the best approach to using the information if you decide to tissue sample.
The final foliar application of the day, Chad likes the mixing simplicity that Fulltec Impulse Soy delivers. Now he will see if it delivers for his double-crop soybeans.
Chad continues his quest for 70+ double-crop soybean trials with a laundry list of foliar products that he will apply on the Nachurs trial plot.
Chad is adding a mix of products to use as a foliar on the AgXplore double crop soybeans trial plot. Can he push yield on his double-crop beans beyond the 50-60 range?
Chad has a dream of pushing the yield ceiling on his double-crop beans to new highs. Here is the foliar he hopes will help him reach rarified air for double-crop beans.
What's the deal with the second ear? Do you want a second ear? It is another ear of corn after all that contributes to yield, right? Or is it a bad thing that takes nutrients away from the primary ear? We pose the question: 2 Ear or Not 2 Ear? Let's see what our 2 experts from AgXplore have to say about it.