After six years, Kelly Garrett is almost certain he’ll be switching from Enlist-traited soybeans to Dicamba-traited soybeans in 2024. He and agronomist Mike Wingrove discuss the reason they’re contemplating this decision. Essentially, it boils down to a herbicide resistant weed issue. Which, so far isn’t costing much of a yield drag but…why wait until it does? They share with Damian Mason how they'll make the soybean switch successful.
Damian talks with Kevin Matthews and Chad Henderson about where they think yield potential is and the limiting factors on their farms that are currently keeping them from getting there.
After another season comes to a close soon, Kelly is wondering if he needs to adjust his corn populations next season.
Chad Henderson makes a visit across the border to learn a little more about farming in Canada with Sam Coutu. They talk corn stand and population.
Kelly talks about the group of consumer product companies that he hosted in June in partnership with Truterra Ag: The questions they asked and the key learnings that he came away with that will change the future of agriculture.
Kelly is running a nitrogen reduction trial on his corn. Well, its more than reduction, he is growing corn without any additional nitrogen on a few acres. Is it working? Why is he doing this? Damian talks about the economics of big decision making on your farm, specifically as it relates to reducing inputs.
Les Lloyd, Agronomist at AgriGold talks about how he is using drones in the fields he helps to manage and why you should consider using a drone to help scout your fields.
Matt and Layne talk about what it takes to grow a successful rice crop. Spoiler Alert: it is not easy.