Temple's Milo is in the late stages. But he isn't done yet. He talks about next steps to bring this crop home.
Caleb talks about his disease control program for this peanut crop.
Caleb talks about a new insecticide he is trialing on his field this season from FMC.
Temple is treating this Sorghum crop just like he would his corn crop. He talks about what he has done so far on the crop, where the deficiencies are and what his plan is to bring this crop to the end.
Temple explains his first ever Milo crop, his practices, and why grain sorghum makes sense for him (and it might make sense for you!)
Caleb and Matt talk about their weed control program for this peanut crop.
Caleb, Matt and AgroLiquid's Molly Alexander talk about the program they are implementing on Caleb's peanut field, and their plan for making sure the plants focus their energy on the things that are going to make him more money. A great conversation for all farmers and all crops.
It's drought-tolerant nature and ability to withstand harsh conditions makes Milo a good choice for farmers looking for a different crop with high yield potential. It is also not the preferred food for the local deer population -- a big reason Temple chose to plant it this season. Temple talks with Robb Dedman about managing milo in Maryland.