Cotton needs a lot of love. Layne and Caleb talk to Molly from AgroLiquid about the nutrient management program they are running on their cotton fields this year.
They are not changing their practices to chase sustainability dollars, they are changing their practices because there are big agronomic benefits. Kelly talks to Damian about where he sees the future of Agriculture and how the high yield and sustainability paths are converging to make for a better farmer.
We talk a lot about Calcium as a limiting factor. Damian talks with Johnny Verell about a calcium trial he is conducting in his corn crop.
Kelly believes the drain tile he installed to eliminate wet spots is also helping this crop get through the extremely dry times. Here is why.
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.
Johnny talks about how his program for double-crop beans differs from his regular program.
Modern agriculture has been very good at producing big and thick vegetative plants. Kelly is focusing on producing reproductive plants. He talks about his different perspective.
Kelly talks about what will be in his fungicide pass and how he is managing nitrogen in his crop.
Kelly's blunt assessment of his water is: It Really Sucks. What he did not realize was that it was changing the properties of his soil for the worse. That all changed when he installed his first drip system. He talks with Damian Mason and Kurt Grimm from NutraDrip about how he is slowly reversing the negative effects of his water on the soil.