2015 Farm Science Review
Show Manager, Chuck Gamble, gives a summary of the first day, and reasons to park the combine and check it out.
Carl Zulauf on the 2014 Farm Bill
Carl Zulauf played a key role in designing revenue programs for the 2008 and 2014 farm bills and is a national authority on ARC, or Agriculture Risk Coverage. ARC is one of two major programs farmers will be able to choose during the program signup process this winter. (The other is price losswhat the prices and yields and I've been -- -- news. V economic incentive is clearly to wait to make that decision. Because you know more information. Something might just happened to mark to affect your decision. So the economic incentive will be to. To wait to make that decision. And it's going to be interesting to see how the farms but everybody can't wait till last minute to make the decision. So it's going to be interesting to see how Farm Service Agency manages. The process. So that people can get signed up in a timely way. And yet. Understand that the financing that economic incentive will be to wait. But we all farmers can't wait to the last page to sign up we just gonna have to figure -- economy and it's a process to. Avoid that outcome where there is a very strong economic incentive to attack -- Debt amount of information that landlords will have will vary dramatically by landlords. There are some landlords that are
Gypsum Application at Farm Science Review
Cory Schurman from Gypsoil discusses the benefits of gypsum, both for improving soil quality and environmental benefits. Jordan Anderson reports from the 2014 Farm Science Review from London, Ohiodoing -- were scrubbing. The ticket high quality calcium and scrubbing the sulfur dioxide from the gasses from -- pools clean coal technology . That's what brought that out here today and we spread debt to brain -- spreader right here. And where they can variable
Nutrient Management by Manure Sampling
Amanda Douridas, an Agriculture & Natural Resources Extension Educator from The Ohio State University, discusses how manure sampling can assist producers on how much nutrients their crop needs and how to abide environmental concerns for over application.and determine why you wanna -- -- because you can't just get nitrogen phosphorus and potassium breaking yet. That micro nutrients as well. And then I am making sure they get a good representative sample . From there storage said this is why it when -- applying it's a lot easier to pull a representative sample . How I have very then. You might need to adjust your application. If you applied to little once you get that sample
Farm Science Review, Day Two
Dean of the Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, Dr. Bruce McPheron talks to Jordan Anderson about the Ohio Farm Science Review.that's run by one of our colleges today. It's just today an incredible opportunity to see a snapshot of what's new and what's happening in the world of agricultural production . Great and this date you on Wednesday. What the numbers like yesterday he's already got a big product here like we're expecting numbers like. Well you know over the course of the week. I've been saying your 125000. Is what we expect I also like to say that's an eight to four million people. But yesterday we were just north of 41000 it was a good starting day. Still a little too damp to be a lot of the seals here in Ohio and western Indiana so we hope those farmers command today. Definitely and so we got a lot -- out here a lot of different topics.
Improving Soil Health
@OhioDNR Soil Scientist, Matt Deaton discusses the best practices farmers can use to improve their soil health at the 2014 Farm Science Review in London Ohio.and his is controlled traffic. Or you know some kind of a guidance system where your putting those seeds in the same exact channel year after year. I see a lot of of evidence and and
Soil Health at Farm Science Review
@OhioDNR Soil Scientist, Matt Deaton discusses soil properties for improved soil health at the 2014 Farm Science Review in London Ohio.penetration. And and it really leads are good environment for. Those different. Micro organisms down through here. In comparison here's a piece of of of soil -- clawed its oil from. Just across the road here and crop fields if you look here we've got a lot of -- let's -- on here and ultimately this was taken from the inroads. But the full right here we really were looking at a mass social structure . The structure here is is very very difficult to. To break bill's very very very tough and if you look. You get
Commodity Classic Preview
Dan Looker previews the Agriculture.com coverage of the 2015 Commodity Classic in Phoenix, Arizona.be covering the general session on Friday February 27 where Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is among the people who are expected to be speaking. We'll have reports. On line at agriculture dot com. During the session and afterwards. When I covered the are corn congress of the national corn growers association as well as the or conserving associations delegates session. I'll be watching to see what so farmers think are some of the
Tools of the Future
Get ready for the second annual Tools of the Future showcase! Most of Agriculture's greatest inventions begin on the farm, where farmer knowhow faciltates taking innovation to the field, shop, office, and barn. The event will take place on Monday, June 22, 2015 at the FFA Enrichment Center in
FSR 2014: Automated Soil Sampling
Evan Delk from Integrated Ag Services Automated describes the Automated Precision Soil Sampler from the 2014 Farm Science Review near London, Ohio.