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Want More Results From Your Soil Tests? Start With The Basics

Want More Results From Your Soil Tests? Start With The Basics

We know how important soil fertility is to achieving bigger yields. But — and be honest here — do you really understand what all those numbers and letters on a soil test mean? Do you know the recommended ratios between micronutrients in your soil? Agroliquid’s Back 2 Basics is a video series designed to help farmers maximize their return from the soil testing they’re already doing. Information is power, but only if you know how to use the information. Brian Waugh and Stephanie Zelenko with Agroliquid join XtremeAg’s Chad Henderson to discuss maximizing the return on soil testing by first understanding the test results.

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WEBINAR: Planting Practices For Greater Profit

WEBINAR: Planting Practices For Greater Profit

The XtremeAg team shares practices they employ at time of planting to build better yields and make more money. Guest presenter Jason Schley of Next Level Ag expands on planting do’s, don’ts, and lessons he’s gleaned from all the acres he consults on. Both Jason and the XtremeAg team answer viewer questions and take a deeper dive into planting practices throughout the webinar.

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Fixing Limiting Factors By Going Back To The Basics

Fixing Limiting Factors By Going Back To The Basics

Kevin Matthews had been looking at soil sample results for decades before he finally realized the importance of calcium to magnesium ratios in his soils. This may seem like advanced agronomy to some but the reality is this: You can’t get to the next level of production without a firm foundation of soil basics. This is why Agroliquid created the Back2Basics educational series — so farmers can discover their next level ability by addressing the basics first. Or, as Kevin says, “fixing limiting factors in the soil begins with the basics.”

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What Worked in 2021: In-Season Fertility

What Worked in 2021: In-Season Fertility

Our year end webinar that recaps the products used by XtremeAg in 2021, their observations, data and recommendations for 2022. The team goes in depth about their experiences last season with in-season fertility products. ​

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2021 Season Trial Data: Nachurs

2021 Season Trial Data: Nachurs

Complete trial data for Nachurs products as used by the XtremeAg team during the 2021 season, including product names and types, yield response, crop stages, application type, methods, rates, and more.

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2021 Season Results: TEVA Corporation

2021 Season Results: TEVA Corporation

The XtremeAg team shares their experiences of using TEVA Corporation products as part of their standard management practice during the 2021 season, including product names and types, yield response, application type, methods, rates, and more.

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2021 Season Trial Data: US Borax

2021 Season Trial Data: US Borax

Complete trial data for US Borax products as used by the XtremeAg team during the 2021 season, including product names and types, yield response, crop stages, application type, methods, rates, and more.

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What Worked in 2021: Planting Fertility

What Worked in 2021: Planting Fertility

The year end webinar that recaps the products used by XtremeAg in 2021, their observations, data and recommendations for 2022. The team goes in depth about their experiences last season with planter fertility products from 13 XtremeAg partners. ​

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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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