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Matt has always been skeptical as to the real ROI of aftermarket concaves when compared to the factory concaves on his John Deere combines. This year he is running a few in-field comparison tests to see how the new XPR2 Concaves compare to the OEM Concaves in terms of yield loss, combine speed and ROI.
Dan and Melissa took a road trip this week and stopped in to see just how good the corn at Henderson Farms looks this year. Dan was impressed with what he sees and this isn't even the high-yield plot.
As last year's residue breaks down, microbial activity is increasing and now is the time to taking advantage of soil activity in order to increase uptake and test weight before harvest.
While checking out some of the neighboring crops this week, Dan stops to do a little Irrigating with his phone using the AgSense mobile app. Dan Luepkes is The Remote Irrigator.
Dan is loading out some beans from last year and he really like what he sees in the grain sample straight from the discharge auger. No cracking, no breaks, no pods. Just clean beans.
Kelly Garrett takes some time to reflect on some his key learnings this year and shares the knowledge he has learned. From plant available nutrients, to growing profitable carbon to turning profits with carbon credits, to plant chelation and growth regulators, Kelly unloads it all in this member video.
In this member video, Kevin takes us into his field to scout for diseases. He shows us how to identify Gray Leaf Spot and talks about controlling diseases and the importance of being in your field regularly.
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