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Lee Lubbers gives the XtremeAg.farm audience an update on his winter wheat at Feekes 8.5. Become a member and gain access to Lee’s tissue test analysis.
Lee Lubbers is farming three varieties of winter wheat this season. His standard Grainfield variety along with two new varieties that are exclusive to Lee's farm. Lee shares the tissue tests and his analysis.
Dan shares a device he built for low gallonage early season applications. His Y-Stream applicators stay above ground and deliver a single stream of liquid alongside the crop. The raised position keeps the crop from being damaged by dragging hoses and is very accurate with low gallonage applications like this one.
The battle against the Yadkin River continues for Kevin as it rolls into his corn field for the third time this spring.
Changing out the tires on your sprayer is a time-suck for most farmers. Going from the fat boys to the skinny boys can take up the better part of a day. Not to mention it can be a dangerous operation if not handled correctly. That's why Dan decided to find a better solution for replacing those tires.
In this member video, Chad is taking a break from planting to talk about his in-furrow and 2x2 fertilizer mix ratios.
It's a part of farming, but Dan hates the word "RePlant." He's replanting a soybean field and adjusting populations to see what yields out and what doesn't this fall.
The challenges of farming in the Yadkin river valley are many. Kevin gives you a first hand look at the challenging contour he has to account for each year.
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