Farming

WEBINAR: ONE THING THIS SPRING

WEBINAR: ONE THING THIS SPRING

The XtremeAg team will each discuss a problem, solution, big idea, new technology, area of focus, or new methodology they’re implementing this spring. Our industry expert presenter will be Robb Dedman of Ultimate Ag Consulting. As usual, Robb and the XA guys will be accessible for questions, explanations, and deeper dives into the subject matter during this interactive event. Join us for insights and inspiration to make your farm prosper!

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Kevin's 2022 Soybean Production Program

Kevin's 2022 Soybean Production Program

Kevin Matthews is sharing his soybean production program for normal non-irrigated production fields with a yield goal of 70+ bushel per acre. From pre Emergence burn down to R3 fungicide and more, he shares the application timing, products, rates and observations that he uses on his non-irrigated production fields on his North Carolina farm.

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Drip Irrigation — How It Works & The Benefits Of It

Drip Irrigation — How It Works & The Benefits Of It

In most of the corn and soybean growing regions, we envision center pivots when we think of irrigation. But in an Ag world impacted increasingly by environmental forces compelling us to till less and drastically reduce resource consumption, we may utilize more drip irrigation. Dan Luepkes explains the Netafim drip irrigation system he uses to set yield records on his Illinois farm. You’ll see command central, the distribution infrastructure, and head in field to see the results.

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Are my Foliar and Herbicide Applications Getting less effective every year?

Are my Foliar and Herbicide Applications Getting less effective every year?

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.

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The Right Herbicides For Beating Waterhemp

The Right Herbicides For Beating Waterhemp

Waterhemp is a prolific seed producer. The weed generally produces about 250,000 seeds per plant, but some plants are capable of releasing over 1 million seeds in the right conditions. The highly competitive weed is a threat to both soybeans and corn crops. In this video, Dan talks about the BASF herbicide products he will be applying on his corn and soybeans to keep waterhemp from becoming a yield limiting factor this season.

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