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A webinar series that provides everything you need to know about testing soil and plant tissue samples, analyzing the results, and most importantly, converting them into valuable information to help you grow a more profitable crop. Part 2 addresses Potassium management, including nutrient levels and uptake curves, timing, amounts, sources, methods, biological and nutrient uptake, trial data and more.
A webinar series that provides everything you need to know about testing soil and plant tissue samples, analyzing the results, and most importantly, converting them into valuable information to help you grow a more profitable crop. The 10+ part series covers every aspect of data-based farming from soil and tissue testing to micronutrients, biologicals, fertility, seed and hybrid evaluation, planter performance and much more.
Matt Miles is spending some off-season time moving his rice crop out of bin storage and onto a barge. This is where he really appreciates the unique bin storage system he developed that allows for easier movement of grain and multiple offload points.
In this member video, Kelly Garrett shares his approach to crop insurance. Kelly breaks down how he uses his crop insurance not only as a disaster policy, but as a way to insure income and profit. Kelly explains how his approach to crop insurance has altered his crop rotations and mitigated his risk all the while insuring profits. Bottom line is he sleeps a lot better at night as a result.
Dan spends his rainy days where you'd expect Dan to spend them. In the shop surrounded by Iron. Take a look at that beautiful 4430 though.
Everyone is telling Kelly that his idea to plant soybeans in December is a bad one, but he doesn't care. So, he's got a few bags of beans and he's putting in 30 acres before winter sets in.
It's the XtremeAg.farm member webinar where the team unveils results from various trials, discusses key learnings and insights from the 2020 season. Topics discussed include, foliar and starter fertilizer trials, population research, soybean desiccation, late season nitrogen applications, seed selection, tillage, fungicide, biologicals, boron, sulfur, fertility, and much more.
Dan Loves the smell of chicken litter in the morning so it's no surprise that he is at it again at 3:30 am on a cold Northern Illinois morning. He's a big believer in the value of chicken litter as a soil enhancer.
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