Kevin is still learning about his new CLAAS Lexion 8700 combine, but its grain handling system has already caught his attention.
Lee is planting no-till Wheat on Wheat in bone dry conditions. Will it germinate? He hopes so. He is trying a few things to see what works.
Your residue holds a lot of fertilizer you’ve already paid for, so why not get it out of the residue and into your crop? The guys from XtremeAg have done a few recordings on the subject of residue management. In this episode Mike Evans of Integrated Ag Solutions joins Damian and Holganix’s Brian Mohrfeld to talk about cycling nutrients out of residue.
Chad made a big change this season when he bought a new CLAAS combine for his farm. He talks about the learning curve and the features he really likes so far.
Are grain bins all the same? How about dryers? They look the same and they all have the same function. But, their are some differences that are important for farmers to know about before purchasing their next bin or dryer. Damian Mason talks with Johnny Verrell, Chad Henderson and the experts at Superior Grain Equipment about the different options.
Kevin talks about the results he is seeing from his application of this PGR from AgXplore.
Lee talks about how he got his soybeans to rebound after a hail storm ripped them apart at V-4.
Mike Evans, agronomist who works with Kelly Garrett, got called to the field when the combine operators knew they were losing beans but not sure why. Turns out, the soybean plants had pods so close to the ground the machine header was running over them, unable to pick them up. That’s why Mr. Evans contemplated changes in inputs to alleviate this problem. Next year they’re changing out a plant growth regulator. Listen to find out how they intend to make it work. Mike and Kelly talk to Damian Mason about it on this episode of Cutting The Curve.