Farming

Nutrient Management With Drip Irrigation 

Nutrient Management With Drip Irrigation 

Fertilizer and diesel prices are up considerably. Meanwhile farms are under increasing environmental pressure. These forces combine to create a real opportunity for manure utilization via drip irrigation. Drip irrigation, as we’ve discussed in previous episodes, is a more efficient means of delivering moisture to your crop. But drip is also a very effective means of nutrient management which saves time, machinery hours, and diesel all while eliminating the soil compaction common with manure application.

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Turning Waste Into Value Through Subsurface Drip Irrigation

Turning Waste Into Value Through Subsurface Drip Irrigation

It started with a two-part question posed to us by farmers a few years ago: How can I cut the cost of removing manure waste, and how can I use the wastewater as fertilizer without breaking the bank?

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Dan's Stretch Acres

Dan's Stretch Acres

Dan is maximizing a 40 acre field to supply feed for his cow-calve operation and then finish the field with a corn crop. Today he is cutting a rye blend and making room to plant corn in a few days.

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