Chad is applying his last foliar on his AgXplore soybean trial plot in order to increase nutrient uptake in the 4th quarter.
Chad talks about the products he is applying from Marrone Bio that are designed to enhance crop protection and mitigate late season stress.
It's another foliar day for Chad as he tries to get one last push for yield on his double-crop beans. He starts with a few products from SprayTec that he hopes help with pod fill.
Protecting your plants from stress— or preparing your plants to better tolerate stress — has a big payoff. In our latest member webinar, we cover stress mitigation products and, more importantly, practices.
Temple Rhodes has noticed a big difference in his corn field over a matter of just 20 rows. One area has green foliage below the ear, and one doesn't. Same field. Same hybrid. So what made the difference?
Temple Rhodes is at R5 and it's late in the season. What can he do at this point to increase bean size in the final stretch? He talks about strategies with Robb Dedman and AgXplore's Drew Parker.
Kevin made a mistake. He sprayed Veltyma fungicide too late on one side of the field, and it did not stop the Northern Leaf Blight from killing the crop. He uses the opportunity to show first hand the importance of 4th quarter crop protection on plant health and ear size.
In part 2, darkness falls and we head into the corn fields to take a look at the coverage performance with Nick from Pentair Hypro.
Chad says he can see a fog behind him when spraying, but he admits that he really doesn't know if he is getting proper coverage when it comes to foliar applications. He's going to find out in this 2 part episode with Nick from Pentair Hypro.