Farming

Residue Drifting

Residue Drifting

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.

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Runoff Reservoir

Runoff Reservoir

After 4 years waiting for approval, Matt breaks ground on his reservoir. He intends to catch the runoff from rain storms and utilize it for irrigation.

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Farming Practices That Could Make You Money In Other Marketplaces

Farming Practices That Could Make You Money In Other Marketplaces

Kelly talks about the practices he is doing on his farm that make him money in the carbon marketplace. He also talks with Mariah from Truterra about the other marketplace opportunities besides carbon credits that are coming down the pike soon.

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The Problem of Drift Control

The Problem of Drift Control

Matt Miles and Riley Anderson meet up with Drew Ewing from Spraytec to talk about their experience with drift control and the difference they they have seen this season when using the new Fulltec adjuvant.

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All Charged Up

All Charged Up

Temple Rhodes has noticed a big difference in his corn field over a matter of just 20 rows. One area has green foliage below the ear, and one doesn't. Same field. Same hybrid. So what made the difference?

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 Are you getting good sprayer coverage? (Part 1)

Are you getting good sprayer coverage? (Part 1)

Chad says he can see a fog behind him when spraying, but he admits that he really doesn't know if he is getting proper coverage when it comes to foliar applications. He's going to find out in this 2 part episode with Nick from Pentair Hypro.

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 Are you getting good sprayer coverage? (Part 2)

Are you getting good sprayer coverage? (Part 2)

In part 2, darkness falls and we head into the corn fields to take a look at the coverage performance with Nick from Pentair Hypro.

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When Too Much Residue Impedes Soybean Emergence

When Too Much Residue Impedes Soybean Emergence

Being no-till presents emergence problems for soybeans following high yield corn with massive amounts of stalk residue. Mike Evans of Integrated Ag Solutions and Garrett Land and Cattle explains the challenges faced and lessons learned with this year’s soybean crop planted into high residue acres.

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Why is Kelly Growing Beans on Beans?

Why is Kelly Growing Beans on Beans?

The potential for renewable fuels in the future will make soybeans in high demand. That means that US farmers will need to produce more soybeans to keep up with demand. Traditionally, farmers have not grown soybeans on the same ground in back to back years, and there are some good reasons for that. Kelly and Mike from Garrett Land and Cattle talk about their 40 acre experiment to overcome the challenges of growing beans on beans.

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