Making The Uptake More Uptake-able
22 Jul 227 min 59 sec

Chad breaks down the products he used in his AgXplore Corn Lab during planting time. 

00:00 Hey extreme AG coming at you from Henderson Farms. We're talking about a trial that Chad is doing in conjunction with ag Explorer specifically. 00:06 He's going to talk about four products that he used at time of planting for a corn trial. You know, we're always 00:12 doing Labs here to make you know information available to you about the results and what we found out. So Chad we got four products here talk about onward. We're talking about a sulfur product a 00:21 product called Inferno and a product called octane. I've heard about octane before in our dealings with extreme egg. I got confess. I've never heard 00:27 of The sulfur product. I'm not sure about The Inferno. What do you got? Well, you know what use what you some of these 00:33 products at planning and then we use them in the first stages of the plant, you know went through a cycle, you know again with eggs lower like other companies we have but with basically with that explore 00:42 it's a systems approach, you know, we're not going out there and we just don't take our own word and make something out of here take Octane and 00:48 running it, you know, and so it's it's a systems approach we've started with and and with this is the planning part 00:54 in the first day steps of it tell us about the trial and then we'll talk about the products the trial you have going where you're using agapore. 00:59 On how many acres we got 40 acres? Okay. It's a 40 acre trial on corn with their stuff at time of planting how you used each of 01:08 these products this for instance. What's onward Calvin Murphy? And by the way, Brian Adams are agronomist 01:14 with ag Explorer. What's this product called onward? What's it do Calvin on we're Max is our pgr. It's consists 01:20 of three components a person has never watched any of the extreme AG stuff before is going to say what's a pgr. So a plant growth regulator. All right, and we regulate the growth 01:29 because we want it to this is targeted more to a reproductive site to make sure that we we have a successful 01:35 reproduction of that and Chad put this in time of planting. I'm thinking maybe you should put a pgr on one of things actually growing you're 01:41 saying you put the fruit that any plane you did with that I just up here, okay. 01:47 So anyway, this one did not go in here. Okay, but the product did go anytime planting the products that we did go in at planning would be prevent NXT Octane and 01:57 Inferno. All right, so the stuff that went in at time of planting Brian, he used octane Inferno. Let's just go ahead and start over on your side 02:06 Inferno. What is Inferno? And why did he put it in at time planting? So Inferno is 02:11 Again full of acid Bland as well as some amino acids and what you're doing there what he's trying to oh man, 02:17 I guess that point it's fertilizer uptake efficiency of use as well as early stand establishment early growth a little bit better bigger and 02:26 emergency. That's what he's really shooting for with the Empire. Can't wait but we can't forget about the feel good of turning the Lions 02:32 completely black. Okay, feel good. Like yeah, I got something in here now. All right. So, what did how did you put how did Inferno go in that time of Planet? Yep, so we mix this up 02:41 we would well we would do is we'd make a toad up. This was an infer set up that I had and we mix a toad at a time and a toad would run over x 02:50 amount of Acres, you know, and you just work well for me so we would blend blend a couple totes and we would put it in together with my I 02:56 had like actually a gallon of fertilizer just really to make the red balls work to make the system work to make the pumps feel like they just getting what they wanted. I had a gallon and 03:05 a court of water and then I come in here with the wrist. This mix up was octane Inferno prevent. NXT 03:12 okay inferrow for this the other stuff that went in info was octane Inferno. And prevent NXT which is not here. We don't have jug of it right here. 03:22 Okay, but all these are Are making the uptake more uptakeable. Okay, that word uptakeable was taking the up. Take more table. 03:30 Go ahead Collin and the prevent NXT is a biochemical package that I also helps free up some phosphorus. That's 03:36 all lies and bacteria. So please if we break it back down for just a second the octane is our sugar source and 03:45 what else intense so it has the our proprietary Inception and intake technology that helps 03:51 get those nutrients in the plant and make them more mobile once they're in the plant. Okay, that's what I think that's good. And then we touch with our 03:57 preventing XT or phosphere side. Yeah, which made that more available. And then the other stuff that went in at time planning was The Inferno and has the full vic 04:05 and human Securities talked about we haven't really done anything loving on this sulfur thing what's deal with this sulfur Brian that's more for the early architecture stage. 04:11 So kind of way we look at it at agx. As far as crop row cycle goes we got five stages that we look at and we're trying to augment at any given time Foundation is 04:21 anything done before the planner establishment is anything done with the planner? It's time of planning to help that crop then we look at early architecture, which is that period 04:30 right before rapid growth before photosynthesis really takes out early architecture is something I've not heard until I've heard you talk. So tell what that means. 04:38 Think of that and in the average Farmer's terms that lay by herbicide time. And when that when that corn is b3b4, you 04:44 know, maybe even early as v-tunes latest beach house, but somewhere in that time frame same thing for soybeans really and 04:50 then cotton prior to square and things like that would be the crops that I deal with it in mostly and that's where xr5 software fit. So you got 04:59 a host of micronutrients that we can address at that early architecture time frame things like manganese magnesium copper 05:08 Boron Capital what else my missing you said? It's all for well soffers the other big pieces the big players. I don't know if I call sulfur necessarily 05:17 a microbe, but right all these are critical to photo synthesis and this plant undergoing a normal physiological process to help reduce produce photosynthes 05:27 for and so xr5 solver has a really good fit there early for us. All right, is that when I believe Chad? Yeah, and so, all right. This is all time planning stuff and 05:36 include good. No, you had so well, I mean this is it's like you said we got you know, we're listing the products out here, but the sulfur deal 05:44 was more at that at that when it come off, you know, if you're doing your herbicide, obviously your two stages late to 05:50 three stages late of when it come off at Sea and that's when it comes from growing the seed. It's getting its own structure. It's making its own it's own root system and everything. 05:59 And so that's when we gonna pump in and make it fit into equation. Yeah on the silver part. All right, we're gonna go 06:05 to the field and the actual 40 acre trial. That's the good thing about this. It's not a half acre. It's not going to a seed plot 06:11 which is four rows This is 40 acres. We're gonna find out a lot of stuff on 40 acres. What do you hope to find out and I mean, well, obviously, you 06:17 know, we all go back to you and everything. All right, but we base back to you and in inside of this, you know, it's gonna be a lot of information you come out of it. We have 06:26 grow or standard at one side of it. You know, we have and we say grow our standard, you know, oh Brewer had to break me down a little 06:32 bit, you know, he's like, you know chat. I'm saying grow we're standing I didn't say Chad grower standard. I said Growers like what you 06:37 This is something you got to bring to me. So it was you know, it's definitely it's something that helps me as well to think. 06:43 You know, where am I at and have I gotten as Farmers, sometimes we'll get lost in the products, you know, and if you 06:49 look around, you know, I've always got a shed full of products we get lost in products. My dad says all the time if everybody that come by here that 06:55 would guarantee me that three bushel. I'll be making 400 Bush for 20 years ago, you know, so it's it's all about the products. But 07:01 with the things we see with agx is again the systems approach, you know, it's a system of starting at it planting and we getting the things right to take up 07:10 the nutrients and make the nutrients available that we have and then we go into the to the whole scheme of it and building the 07:16 plant like we want got our next stop is gonna be in the field looking at that 40 acre field trial and talking about what we're doing 07:22 from this point forward meaning midly season and to harvest what we're doing. Well we come in why drop at you know, we'll talk about it a 07:29 little bit of white drop what kind of what we touch down there and then go into what we fixing to do when we get toward Brown seal. When we drop a 07:35 hammer on it again got it as Brian and Calvin and that's course Chad Henderson and we're talking about a field trial. He's doing stay tuned for more information and results of 07:43 that 40 acres of corn with a lot of AG explore products here. I can tell you exactly what's working. What's not working and what we change if we were to do it again till next time I'm Damian Mason coming at you 07:52 and stay tuned for the field version of this very discussion with extreme egg.

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