Less Time, More Yield?
15 Jun 2327 min 23 sec

Temple and Kelly are each doing 40 acre labs with AgXplore using the company’s new ArchiTech — a foliar fertility product that contains a plant growth regulator. The product is the first EPA approved fertility PGR combo and its promise is time saving, ease of use, and bigger yields of course. Gunther Kreps and Jason Fettig with AgXplore join Temple and Kelly to explain. 

Presented by AgXlore

00:00 Hey, we're talking about labs today. We're talking about labs that are done by Temple Roads and Kelly Garrett. We're talking about products that you may want to use on your farm based on what 00:08 they learn this year. Welcome to Extreme Ag cutting the curve more than just a podcast. It's the place for insights and information you can apply immediately to your 00:18 farming operation for increased success. This episode of Cutting the Curve is brought to you by Ag Explorer with innovative products that improve fertilizer efficiency, protect yield potential, 00:29 and reduce stress. Ag Explorer helps growers maximize field potential. Find out how Ag Explorer can help you get more out of your crop@agexplorer.com. 00:39 And now, here's your host, Damien Mason. Greetings, and welcome to another fantastic episode of Extreme Ice Cutting the Curve. We're talking with our friends at Ag Explorer, again, 00:49 about a lab that is being done at both Kelly Garrett's and at Temple Roads Temple's. Doing it on 40 acres of soybeans. 00:55 Kelly's doing it on four acres of corn. One thing that we're very proud of, if you listen to any of our stuff in the past, we don't do garden plots. 01:02 We don't do, put the people on a hay wagon, drag 'em out there and show something. We farmed with a rototiller and, and a one row planter. This is a 40 acre deal. And these guys did, 01:13 uh, a product from Aglo called Upward at time of planting. Now we're talking about what we're gonna be doing at about V five. 01:21 A few weeks from now. We're recording this at the end of May. So in the next couple of weeks, we're gonna hit these crops with another pass. 01:27 And I wanna know why we're doing that, what product we seek to solve, what problem we seek to solve, what the product, uh, promises to do, 01:35 and what we're gonna be looking for. So anyway, Gunther, tell us real quickly about the labs that, uh, that they're doing and then, 01:42 cause we we're recapping from what we recorded previously and then also what you think we're gonna learn. 01:48 Yeah. So from the labs that we got going on, both farms with Temple and with with Kelly, uh, are about managing a crop throughout an entire growing system. 01:56 So there's five phases of, of, um, crop production. First one is that combined to planter. That's the, that's that, um, uh, foundation stage. Um, next is the establishment phase, 02:07 getting that crop up and getting it going. After that, it's all about the architecture, the vegetative stage, and managing that crop to build a plant structure. 02:15 And then we wanna reproduce something. So we go in the reproduction stage, and then we have a maturity stage. So our last podcast that we did, 02:22 we talked about that establishment phase, what we do, what we can do with the plant to put, uh, technology right on top of that seed or with that seed at planting and getting 02:31 that thing established. So it comes out with even emergence. Next, we're moving into the architecture stage, 02:37 and that's all about building a plant structure to work on photosynthesis and standability and a lot of plant function. So, um, 02:46 our next one that we'll do will be all about reproductive plant health, um, and finishing that crop off. 02:51 Okay, so we're doing three different treatments at time of planting and, uh, you know, emergence, um, you didn't say it today, 02:59 but I really wish you would have. What we really want is get those nice little baby roots going. We work on baby roots, buddy. 03:06 He humanizes, he humanizes, he humanizes plant, he humanizes botany and agriculture like no other. He's, he's poetic in that way. Uh, 03:15 so now we're talking about then the vegetative thing. Take the next level. Jason fed, uh, technical agronomists with Ag Explorer. Uh, 03:23 are you involved with either of these two labs or, I mean, you're, you're aware, but were you at time of planning? Were you there? 03:29 I, I was not out there. I helped them write the, write the lab so that, uh, you know, they can perform it. So yeah, I helped, uh, 03:37 basically write the recommendation for it. All right. So, uh, treatment number one, when at time of planning, treatment number two is gonna go out here in the next couple of weeks at, uh, 03:46 certain level of, uh, vegetative growth. And then the last treatment's gonna go out when Last treatment will go out. And, uh, reproductive, uh, you know, 03:56 I think it depends whether we're talking corn, soybeans, both, uh, you know, R one, R two, timing on the corn. And then, um, we do have a, 04:04 a real late treatment going out at, uh, R four-ish on the soybeans. Got it. Kelly, 40 acres of corn lab ax, what'd you do? 04:14 We started out with upward in furrow, and now at V five, we're gonna come back with architect and XR five sulfur 04:22 Architect at, uh, V five. And what is architect? It's obviously a new product from you guys, that's why we're doing these labs. Gunther, what's architect? All 04:33 Right. So Architect is a combination of a foliar plant nutrition product, plus some technology from the P G R world. So plant growth regulators, um, 04:41 its analysis is a 10 55 npk. Um, it's built with a, a micronutrient package to support photosynthesis. And in that package it's got boron, copper, manganese, meibum, 04:55 and zinc, which a lot of folks look at a label and they say, well, that's just a shotgun approach to pick up something that's deficient. Um, folks, 05:02 it's not. And what it is, it's a design package to support that photos, uh, photosynthetic process. On top of that, 05:08 we stuck a P G R a plant growth regulator, um, called gaba, which is fairly new to the ag industry. 05:15 So it actually comes out of the pharmaceutical world. So here I am humanizing the, the plants again, right? But GABA is, is really great at controlling antibiotic stresses that happen on, on a plant. 05:25 Uh, it is also really good at nutrient mobiles, in fact, with the, one of the best technologies I have ever worked with on getting nutrients where 05:33 they need to go to make 'em as efficient as you possibly can once they're inside that plant. 05:37 They used to say that Ronald Reagan was the great communicator where he could talk about a city on a hill and extrapolate back to America and, and, 05:46 and pies and all that stuff. You honest to God might be there when it comes to plants and agriculture, your ability to tell the, tell this, this image. I mean, I, 05:57 I feel like there's little babies down there and I just wanna feed them. I'm telling you what man, you, you created emotion about corn, 06:03 like I've like no other. Um, I love it. Uh, alright, real quickly, isn't there something else that's special about architect that you told me 06:12 before we hit the record button? Um, so architect is unique in the fact that in our industry today, if you want to have a combination like this, 06:23 you have to have two different jugs. Um, because PGRs are, e p a controlled architect is the first in US history to ever be 06:31 registered as a plant nutrition product and a P G R all in one jug. Yeah. So it's truly the first, it took us three and a half years, uh, 06:39 to get this process, um, completed. Uh, we actually honestly had to work with the epa and they had to teach us, and we had to teach them on how to, how to accomplish this test. So, um, 06:48 Yeah, so it's a pretty big deal because, uh, in this space there's a lot of promise. Kelly's nodding his head. If you're listening and not watching the video, Kelly, 06:55 why are you nodding your head? Because we've been working with a lot of companies and we use our stuff and they say, Hey, by the way, we can't say it does this. Mm-hmm. 07:03 Cause we don't have the EPA approval on that. Here's one that We can, we, this, this thing will, will promote roots, it'll promote shoots, 07:11 it'll increase plant biomass, it'll increase nutrient mobility. Um, there's a lot of stuff that, you know, we can lay claim to, um, 07:17 because we've done it the right way. Kelly, you got anything on that? This, this product is exactly what I need. You know, Evans and I and Verne, 07:27 the research we're doing here, the soil test we've been doing here, we are shocked about how much nitrogen our ground is releasing. You know, 07:34 that the microbial system is, and we're outta balance and we're trying to balance the soil. We're trying to balance the plant. And what we're short is, 07:42 is carbon sulfur and micronutrients. And then of course we want the hormones, the gaba, we want those to help make the plant more efficient. This, 07:52 this product is perfect for us. We of course have to validate it with this lab. But I'm incredibly excited about this lab because of the products in here. 07:59 It's Ag Explorer does a great job of combining these products. And like he said, it's taken him three and a half years. 08:06 I've known Gunther for three years and he's been telling me that this was coming. And I I've been waiting and I'm excited. 08:13 Hey, uh, uh, about that. How are you gonna apply it? So the, the stuff you did with the Ag X lab went in at furrow, 08:20 the stuff you're gonna do here in a couple of weeks at V five is going to be, It'll be a fuller application with the sprayer. And, you know, 08:26 I'd like to touch on the point that he said about the shotgun approach. It's not a shotgun approach. 08:31 We need those micronutrients to help the plant assimilate the nitrogen. We, we need all of that. It is not a shotgun approach. It is dialed in. 08:41 It's got boron in it also, which will keep Chad Henderson excited. It'll Make Chad Henderson happy. 08:45 I've heard more, I've heard more boron talk since I met Chad Henderson than I had in the 50 plus years prior to meeting Chad Henderson. So it's been all good. Um, temple, 08:55 you got yours going off. And I wanna point out one thing that you said in a recording we did a couple weeks ago, plant growth regulators, 09:02 you gotta make sure that you're using the right one at the right time and gone through a specific, 09:06 you said this is a plant growth regulator that is to be used during vegetative growth, not during reproductive growth. 09:11 And I didn't even know that that was a thing. So go ahead and start there and then tell us about your lab. So he he's right about that. So, um, one thing that, 09:20 that I like about this product, you know, um, and I'm, I'm excited about it as well. You know, we put the upward in beginning and then we're getting ready to make this move on 09:29 this architect in soybeans and, um, soybeans are, uh, a, a different plant, you know, 09:36 but if you can get Molly into the plant early stages, like they put mo meibum into this, this mix as well with architect and with Meibum meibum kind of 09:47 sets the superhighway, right? And it piggybacks on boron. So if you can set that superhighway, you know, 09:54 you don't want to run Chad Henderson's race car down an old dirt back road, but you wanna run it down a racetrack. Well, that's kind of what Molly does. 10:03 And then when you compare that stuff with gaba, that those two things work really well together. So I'm super excited about this. 10:12 A couple other things I'm excited about is this, when, when you talk about this architect and Gunther talks about how this particular, um, package kind of promotes photosynthesis. 10:24 When we talk about photosynthesis, Kelly and i, Kelly's worse than me. Um, but when we're in these northern hemispheres, when you talk about that, 10:34 and we go out there and we try to clean Early, almost everybody that we're listening to is in the northern hemisphere. Cause that's north of the equator, 10:40 Northern latitudes meaning Europe up here in in Maryland versus our buddies down in Alabama and he's in in Iowa. But yes. Well, 10:49 Why don't you just let me talk and you just, But you know what, there probably are some re Brazilians that are listening to, isn't there? The Southern Hemisphere. 10:54 Okay. So where we are in our environment, northern, um, it's cool, it's wet. Um, it's all these things and we fight photosynthesis. Un unlike, you know, 11:08 Matt does a better job now. He plants early too, and now this will work for his area as well. But I'm excited because if it's gonna promote all those things, you know, 11:18 we can get around, you know, I talk about all the time, you know, when we are trying to put in for our treatments in, I'm trying to put mages, 11:26 um, you know, a bunch of products in there that will help promote photosynthesis as well. Well, this product will help get it outta that funk. How Kelly, 11:35 how many times have you seen corn and soybeans go through that funk when it's going from living on that seedling, um, 11:42 that energy of the seedling into going into a root system? And you, we go through this huge funk, you know, it's this, 11:50 it's this downturn until it gets its stuff together. I think this is where architect fits in perfectly. It's, it, it goes through that ugly duckling stage. You know, the, 12:00 the awkward teenage years, whatever you wanna call it, when it's, when it's transitioning from the seed into the, into the root system, fertility. 12:08 And, uh, we need something to bridge that gap. And I believe this will do it. Fair question for the technical agronomist here, Jason. Um, 12:17 Gunther did a fantastic job of describing what's in architect and also the, the point that, uh, that we brought up that it's kind of cool. 12:24 This is the first product like it that's got EPA registration. Did the, so you said, 12:30 when I asked you a question previously and you said it varied from the soybeans to the corn. Let's talk now about this product. 12:36 It doesn't vary which crop needs it worse. And maybe is that part of our lab? Are we gonna find out that this does a bang up job on corn and does an okay job 12:46 on soybeans or vice versa? I mean, I got the foliar, uh, p g r ten ten five micronutrients. Uh, you know, 12:54 Gunther says it's not a shotgun approach. They actually balance to try and optimize photosynthesis. See, I'm listening, Gunther, you do, right? You can be taught. I I can be taught. 13:04 Uh, which, which crop do you think we're gonna decide? Man, it had a a, an X five on this, but only had X three on this. 13:15 I, I think, Damian, that is one of the really cool things about this pro. There's two things about this product that I really like that that excite me. 13:22 Number one is it's consistency. Um, it showed it real consistent, uh, yield increase across a lot of different yield environments. So, 13:31 so many times we talk about these products, we're talking about high yield environments pushing the yields. And I think, you know, talk about northern hemispheres. I'm in Michigan, um, 13:40 we have some low yield environments where guys still wanna maximize yield to do what they can, you know, in soybeans last year and 30 years, 13:47 Do they plant behind snowmobiles? Do they plant behind snowmobiles up where you are? I I think you could frosted some crop, some, some crops like that sounds fun. 13:56 Uhhuh. Uh, But, uh, not that I know of. But, uh, no, in, in low yield environments and high yield environments, you know, I, 14:04 I saw in field tests last year, 30 bushel yield environments with soybeans, and we still got a 10 to 15 bushel or 10 to 15% yield increase on those, 14:13 on those beans. So not only high yield environments performance, but low yield environments. And then really the second thing is, and, 14:20 and this is what I think is so cool about this product, is all the crops you can use it across. So we have testing last year from independent researchers, um, 14:29 corn and soybeans obviously, uh, but also wheat. We're already seeing some results in wheat this year, which are sugar beets, canola. So we tested across quite a few crops, um, 14:41 including vegetable crops, tomatoes. So I would expect to see consistent yield increases across, you know, 14:49 You're talking think corn the same bump on a percentage basis across commodities? 14:55 Yeah, I do. I I really think so. And in some situations where we set things up, right? You guys talked about establishment, um, you know, 15:03 where we set things up, right? We're seeing bigger yield increases on corn. Um, you know, corn's one that really excites me at this one, 15:10 it's a real obvious when you get a, you know, a 1520 bushel yield increase versus a three or four bushel increase in beans. But, um, you know, that's, that's it is, 15:20 it's a cool product just because of that consistency and that performance across all these soil types and crop types 15:28 Yield. Uh, what do you think when you, you know, you've been doing a lot of trials, labs, all this, you, you've done this, um, the thing that you're, that you are suspect about, let's be honest here. 15:40 What do you suspect about? Because you've, you know, this ain't our first rodeo. What's the one you're like, I don't know, that's Jason talking, 15:47 but you know what, I'm just have a hunch this could be what, what are you suspect about? Let's be honest. 15:53 Well, we're trying to dial in that balance and we, we have to know the right amounts. Does, does Gunther and Jason, do they have the right amount of copper in here? 16:01 Do they have the right amount of Molly in here? Things like that. That's where we, we've gotta dial it in. I don't know if I'm suspect, 16:07 but we we're continuing to educate ourselves to get to that higher yield, but, or do they have this product, this product has the nutrients I need, 16:17 or they dialed in at the right levels and Then I Think we won't know till we go through the lab. And I was gonna ask you and Temple, what are you excited about? Okay. Bigger yield, 16:25 all that. I'm kind of here. No, I'm, I'm excited about. I, I'm, you know what I'm tired of saying, I'm not gonna say I'm looking for yield anymore. 16:33 I'm trying to achieve the balance, and if I achieve the balance, the yield will take care of itself 16:37 One Thing. So I'm excited to try and achieve that balance. I, I've kind of heard from both of you though, 16:43 the compatibility slash ease of use and we've had with another company that we did some work with where Chad's like, you know what I like, I like sending it, 16:52 but I don't like where I have to go through and try and figure out and be a mad scientist and all that. This, this does have a, 16:59 an ease of use benefit even compared to your own products from five minutes. That, that's a big deal. You know, like that's a big deal for the average guy, 17:05 you know, like Temple and I and Chad, you know, we're gonna put that stuff out there. My inferral mix has nine things in it. You know how many extreme ag people, uh, subscribers will call and they'll say, 17:16 well, what's in your inferral mix? And then I'll tell 'em and they'll be like, are you s******g me? And they don't wanna go to all that work. And, 17:23 and the ability to combine that into, uh, you know, yesterday when we talked about the upward of the nine things, it's got four of them in there that, that cuts it in half. Yeah. 17:32 That is a huge thing to the average Gore, we can't state that enough how important that is. Yeah. Temple's gonna nod in his head over here. So ease of use, compatibility, 17:41 those are big issues because it's, it's, uh, it's kinda like everything alright, we like, we like our phones now because they're easier. 17:46 They make our lives easier than, uh, You know, than what we Used to use. I, I got a question for, 17:54 for Gunther. Um, do you look at this product as kind of a stress mitigation tool as well? It is. So, so, so Temple, 18:02 I'm gonna give you an example of how it works for stress mitigation. Uh, one of my farms is in Rossville, Indiana, and we donate, uh, uh, 18:11 uh, that particular field to the Rossville ffa. And we use it as a, uh, as a career plot, not just as a plot for the, the, the, um, 18:20 the chapter to take money off of which they get everything donated, but they learn about things and techniques that we do in farming and what 18:27 careers are out there to, to, uh, that are off the farm. In that particular plot, we put architect on at v2, it was all soybeans. 18:36 So we came out at V2 and in Indiana we went through a seven week drought. And in the middle of that drought we only had two, 18:44 two tenths of an inch of rain. Everything else around is starting to weather up and start. And, and the, the beans were short. Um, but this helped withstand that storm. 18:55 And when it started to rain at R two, at R two, we continued back with our program. We made 80.5 bushel an acre. And I'm not disappointed with that. And if the best crop around, 19:08 the best crop around me that I've heard, and this was a well-managed farm with a, with a, a local farmer hit 72, I would say most of 'em were in the upper sixties last year for people that 19:19 managed their crops. And we broke 80. So, so Go ahead. The reason I was asking that is because I I, I got some of this product last year, um, and, 19:32 and it was an experimental product last year and I put it out and our stress level was the exact opposite. It wasn't drought we had, 19:41 we couldn't get away from rain and it would just rain and then it would rain and then it would rain. And we went out there and we put it on. 19:48 And there was such a big difference between where I put it on and where I didn't put it on. I, I didn't know if it was a, you know, a I'm, 19:58 I didn't wanna believe it. Does that make sense? Like, I was skeptical. I'm like, man, I, there's no way I'm seeing this bounce. 20:06 This was double crop soybeans. They were playing it late and there was like a seven bushel difference between the two and I just couldn't believe that this one product is, is doing this. 20:17 That's why I asked is this is stress mitigation because we were saturated wet, so, and just couldn't, I couldn't get, we couldn't get away from it. 20:26 Mm-hmm. Okay. We had, there's pockets across the northern tier, uh, um, in that Minnesota area that had some similar stresses that last year we got 20:35 seven, seven and eight bushel good responses on soybeans, which, you know, when you think about it's less than a bushel on today's economics for an 20:42 investment. Um, that's a heck of a return. You know, if it's only four or five bushel, That's where I wanted to go. I dropped my pin. I was so excited. Um, 20:49 you talking about money, uh, sometimes product people don't like to talk about money. Mm-hmm. Uh, this architect, first off, if I wanna put it on my stuff, 20:56 I wanna be just like Kelly and Temple. I wanna put it out here in the next, uh, few weeks. I can get it right. 21:01 Yeah, yeah. It's fully read. It's not, we're waiting, it's not like waiting the next approval. It's ready to go. It's in the jug. I can buy it right now. And then, um, 21:10 on a per acre cost. So, so the investment that the, from a farmer farm gate investment, you're gonna have two bushel, a corner just shy, 21:18 one bushel of soybeans will be the investment, Uh, bushel. Okay. So we're 10 to 12 bucks. Yeah. 21:25 Okay. And, uh, these guys did the, the lab they're doing, uh, Jason is upward infer row this at vegetative 21:35 fives. And then the third thing that you're gonna put out, the next product that we're gonna do at reproductive stage, 21:42 do they have to use all, if I'm a, if I'm listening to this to Kelly's point, there's a bunch of our listeners are like, oh my goodness, 21:49 I don't do all that stuff. They don't have to have done upward to use architect, right? 21:54 Yeah, absolutely not. And I, and I, I, again, that's one of the things about this product that's, that's fairly exciting is it's just, it, it, it can stand alone on, 22:03 its on its own where we did testing with third party groups, um, you know, obviously, yeah, we wanna, we wanna get that establishment phase right? Um, and, 22:11 and have the best crop we can. But it is it, this is, this can be a standalone product. Um, you know, most times we look at it, the, the investment. You get a, you get a beggar bang for your buck when you, 22:23 when you go through the whole program. But, you know, as a standalone product where we did third party testing last year, there's a clear yield curve. Um, if, 22:31 if the timing was right with this product by itself at a court, um, you know, it was, it was, it was a very clear indicator 22:39 Sticking with the technical agronomist, if I'm also in this tank mix, I'm putting this architect, but I'm like, man, I've got a weed problem, 22:45 so I've gotta put out some herbicide. I've got this problem, I've got some whatever. Is there anything this does not play well with? 22:52 No, this is, this is, this goes well with, uh, with herbicides, uh, mixes, mixes right in. Um, 22:58 I did not hear of any issues with compatibility last year. Did not see any myself, um, you know, 23:05 mixed up and done some spraying already with, with, uh, wheat herbicides. Uh, no issues at all. Again, I, I would probably, and, 23:12 and one thing GABA can do in there, gunny mentioned, um, this is a stress mitigator. Sometimes we can see, uh, reduced burn, um, 23:19 which is, which I think is a good thing. Um, some of these herbicides. Um, but I, 23:24 I probably wouldn't go out with something that's gonna really roast the crop and and inhibit uptake. 23:29 You wouldn't go out with, I mean, you wouldn't mix this with something that's got, uh, a that's a harsh Yeah. Type chemistry. 23:36 Yeah, a high rate of Cobra or something like that. High rate of what? Cobra. 23:41 Okay, Maybe I shouldn't mention that. Yeah, so I, I don't, I don't know that they're a business partner, but I'm not sure we're supposed to go around saying things like that, but, okay. 23:49 Uh, Kelly, get me outta here. Temple, get me outta here. Uh, these laps. Um, anything that we did not cover? What are you looking for? 23:56 What thing did we not say? I mean, this is, it is the right nutrients. It's what you think you're going to, you know, there's, I, there's, 24:03 is there any downside at all? I don't think there is. This is a plant health product. This is a nutritional product and this is a stress product all in one bottle. 24:11 A disease persists in a plant because of nutritional imbalance. This product will help you achieve that balance. 24:17 It's got the gab in there for the stress. This is a complete package right here, Temple. Yep. 24:24 Uh, I, I'm a hundred percent agree with Kelly. You know, when, when we make our first foliar pass on corn and soybeans, both, 24:31 there'll be anywhere between, uh, four and five totes on, uh, on our trailers and boxes and boxes and boxes of product. 24:41 And this cuts back on us, uh, big time and it cuts back a lot. And if you really wanna look at it, you know what I mean? 24:47 Cause to be honest with you, like in years previous, we are, Kelly and I are trying to blend something like this very similar to this for 24:56 our own use. And we have been, and for the investment that we can have in an architect, we're spending way more money than that with all these other products that we're 25:06 mixing together. Yeah. So it's got a compatibility but also even has a cost savings, uh, component to it with what, what we're doing here. Uh, 25:14 reluctant to say that because Gunther's gonna go back to the business people and say, it sounds like we ought to raise our prices. But anyway, 25:20 that's not gonna happen. Is it gun? Not at all. Uh, by the way, I like the fact that Gunther, uh, you know, gets those FFA kids, uh, 25:28 dialed in early. They're all gonna be huge customers because he went over there and showed, showed him huge yields compared to everything in the surrounding county. So, 25:36 you know what? Smart move, Gunther. Speaking of ffa, have I ever told you that in 1987 I placed ninth in the National Land pasture and range competition as a soil judger? Have I ever told you that? Uh, 25:46 maybe once or twice or 20 times. There's certain people within extreme ag that quite haven't heard that enough. Anyway, Jason Feig is the technical grounds Flagg Explorer, 25:55 if you have a question, he's a great person to look up. Gunther Krepps, uh, uh, an an Indiana guy just like me, uh, 26:01 with Ag Explorer and then Kelly Garrett and Temple Roads. If you want to learn even more about how these labs go, 26:07 we're gonna of course give you some information on these, uh, on these podcasts. But if you become a paying member of extreme Ag, it's only $750 a year, 26:16 750 bucks a year. I mean, this is like peanuts compared to what you're gonna learn. You get the access to all of the data from every product that these guys trial, 26:25 every trial that they do. Very scientific across a whole bunch of acres. You'll see the actual data. If you're a paying member, 26:30 you get access to the data. You also get access to people at Temple. And Kelly, when you have a question, like when you wanna make that call to Kelly and say, 26:38 tell me about what's in your infer program. And you can be overwhelmed just like the people are when they call him. Anyway, my name's Damien Mason, temple Kelly Gunther, Jason, 26:49 stay tuned. Till next time. Share this with somebody who can benefit from it extreme cutting the curve. Thanks for listening to another edition of Cutting the Curve. 26:58 For more insights and information that you can apply to your farming operation, visit Extreme ag.farm. Are your crops stressed out? 27:06 Ag Explorer has you covered with a full line of products designed to reduce crop stress and improve yields. 27:11 Check out ag explorer.com and start protecting your yields and profits.

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