Matt Miles, Chad Henderson and Kevin Matthews pay a visit to Lee Lubbers farm in Gregory, South Dakota to take a look at his dry land corn and talk about field management practices, soil, product trials, and a whole lot more. The next best thing to being in the field with these 4 top growers is watching it on video.
Lee Lubbers takes you into some of his better corn ground to talk about what he looks for when he takes corn grown on ground with a high base saturation of K into wheat or beans the following season.
Soil is the most important resource in production agriculture. How you manage it determines your farm’s long term success. Robb Dedman of Ultimate Ag Consulting joins Matt Miles of Miles Farms to discuss their 21st century approach to monitoring, measuring, and managing their farm’s precious soil resource.
Every farmer knows that solubility is extremely important when tank mixing different products. In this video, Kevin addresses all the characteristics he likes, including the solubility of Solubor from US Borax as he prepares his sprayer.
Kelly invites Trey Curtis, founder of Concept Agritek into his office to discuss farming strategies, ROI, foliar applications, heat stress, and some of the products he is using this year.
Nitrogen is important, but when it comes to pushing crop yields it takes more than a steady diet of nitrogen. Kelly talks with Tommy Roach, the head of product development for Nachurs about his experience applying potassium acetate as a supplement for his overall potassium program. Kelly talks about costs, plant availability and yield differences.
One of the biggest inconsistencies in farming today is something that many farmers overlook - water! As the carrier, it is the most essential component of every chemical application on your farm. Whether you source your water from a treatment facility, or from a well or farm pond, one thing is for sure - water is never just water.
Last week we had a call with Jason Schley from Next Level Ag in South Dakota. We were looking at some soil samples we pulled a few weeks ago; they ran them through their lab and learned a lot of information, including a few things we hadn’t seen before. One of the questions that came up in that call was “what is our soil pH at varying depths?”
Part 7 of the NLA/365 webinar series covers SWAT, bareground mapping, EC layers, imagery, elevation and when to implement grids. Josh Messer will lead us through EFC System and Script usage.