How to Build Organic Matter
Neil Sass from USDA-NRCS
POET Leader Eyes Ethanol Awareness
The ethanol industry is cooking with gas, still needing the Environmental Protection Agency to allow for more use of the renewable fuel to be used in the U.S. petroleum supply, according to one industry leader. Jeff Broin, Chairman and CEO of POET, the No. 1 renewable fuels producer in the world,my judgment is the CEO and chairman Paula one of the largest renewable fuel producers in the world. I'm Mike Maginnis for agriculture dot com.
Net Profit Drives Seed Decisions
Dave Walton looks at yield minus drying cost to figure out the net profit for his corn hybrids. The results determine his seed choices for the following year.out ahead once we move forward with the next year. That's very data driven decision we look at not only what's happened on our own farm bill would look at area deals. Was its yield results
What to Consider for Fall Seed Purchases
Brian Wood, a farmer from Raymond, Illinois, talks about what he considers when making fall seed purchases.So when I'm evaluating. My C purchasing decisions for next year the first thing I do is like contact my channel seeds would. And him or nine we look over. Acre such as score on born. It's going corn soybeans . Through rotational makers. Where there may have been some pest pressure. And from there we into the individualized to each field. And
Hybrids that thrive in twin-row 20s look different from other hybirds. Leaves are more upright and plants are shorter, says Jason Moellers, West Union Iowa.which ones are all working and if the equate team vs the extra cost is gonna pay outburst is the thirty intro to.
Twin 20 Corn Not as Scary as it Seems
Sure, you may be planting corn at higher populations that you ever have in a new spacing strategy. But don’t be intimidated by high population corn planted in twin-row 20-inch spacings, says Collin Steege, Fredericksburg, IA.
Bullish on High Population Corn
Jason Moellers, West Union, Iowa, had excellent performance from twin-row 20s in 2015 with a 45 bushel per acre yield edge over 30 inch rows.in the twin twenty's that wind rated to 65. The pay the extra money to get the extra bushels. Before I go full bore when it didn't go all out with that it's gonna take a
Spacing is Key in Twin 20
Finding a planter capable of planting corn in twin-row 20-inch row corn can be an issue. But Collin Steege believes that increased densities can occur from other spacing formations.think she's. We will move forward with it. Blaming at least some foreign tourists if not more. It takes. For quite a bit too convince your old man that very little money into. Do something out
Not Giving up on High Population Corn
Jim Fuchtman, Creighton, Nebraska, planted twin-20s for the first time in 2015. While he didn’t find a yield edge for him compared to wider 30-inch rows, he isn’t giving up on the concept.
More plants means more nitrogen is needed in corn planted in high population twin-row 20-inch spacings, says Jason Moellers, West Union Iowa.testing our soil. Do you the same number thirty intro was beaten core samples in between 230 intro was. And in the same number and twin twenty we're taking big core samples . Thirty inches. Told you distance. We're gonna do that every two weeks in a foot depth to feed him three feet. And