Excessive Wet and Dry Soil|
descriptionDwayne Beck, manager of the Dakota Lake Research Farm in Pierre, South Dakota, talks how soils are becoming excessively wet and dry within short time spans.
Soil Cores and their Characteristics
Jason Miller, conservation agronomist with the Natural Resources Conservation Center in Pierre, South Dakota, discusses what excellent topsoil looks like. Also, what high calcium carbonates and clay pan layers mean.sodium. But that is gonna be very validity to crop production particularly corn beans some. -- At least that's specifically where a lot of a lot of the time when it's all over Easter season three
Why Cover Crops Can Erase Residue
Dan DeSutter, a farmer from Attica, Indiana, explains how an increase in soil biology spurred on by cover crops can help erase tough corn residue.purchase. Please play it. Does the residue tend to dissipate throughout the growing season after recover property after the hornets went to yes once you get -- -- As violent.
Crop Scouting Tips
Scouting your crops may seem like a daunting task in a steamy corn field, but it's not as bad as you think and you may learn a lot about your crop. Jim Mitchell, an Eaton, Ohio farmer, shares his scouting tips.-- hot weather nobody wants to come out -- -- a healthy growing corn field it's cooler out here. Probably at least ten degrees cooler -- shaded. You've got -- humidity the court is actually sucking up the heat and risk free years CO2 which makes it
Chuck Lee, head of marketing for Syngenta, discusses benefits of Syngenta's Agrisure Duracade rootworm control trait. Lee also explains how the Right To Grow program works for farmers growing Agrisure Duracade hybrids.that assured her -- isn't approved. For importation into the EU or China India and so. This program is really partnership we've -- line he. And Syngenta and so we have they had. Were trying to direct this drained -- markets that are willing to accept. And so they've lowered as have some responsibility they choose to plant at the shooter case. The first one is field selection. So we'd like them to select fields that are surrounded by his or her own Warren. Or against you know -- soybean field or a nonprofit area. In addition NASA planner responsibilities. We like him to plant in a box and it gets better possible bomb. We'd like them to clean up plan throughout. When they're done planting plant border roads if if they are against the neighboring corn plants -- rose. And clean the plant throughout when they're done playing -- -- cape worn before they switched to a new field
Head Start on Herbicide-Resistant Waterhemp
Kevin Bradley, Associate Professor Division of Plant Sciences, University of Missouri, points out multiple modes of action that kill waterhemp.with the pre emergence exit humorous side. We have a lot of active ingredients we have a lot of products that are effective -- -- From way. Soil residuals standpoint and so we have to take.
Recommendations for Dicamba Formulations
Joe Sandbrink, technology development manager for the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System at Monsanto, tells what steps Monsanto is recommending for dicamba formulations used on dicamba-tolerant soybeans.ever recommendation from three to ten miles an hour is really. Crime wind speed network I recommend. Lot of people think I'm miles an hour can happen. If you take an anemometer and actually measure it
David Opperman, a farmer from Lincoln, Illinois discusses dicamaba-tolerant soybeans with Gil Gullickson, Crops Technology Editor.-- did the first and come back with -- play it in season product like thank him. Clarity but would you. Eventually. -- -- extend product. I think they just get killed broader window to it's your gift season brought it. Yeah yeah get a better cleaner fuel and regional. What tag and it it. But we've got that knowledge through all of that they're using very coarse and also.
Identifying Wheat Diseases
Steve Dvorak, an agronomist with Ducks Unlimited in Bismarck, North Dakota, discusses how to identify wheat diseases like crown rot and scab.we also have that we got married. They can cut through the vascular bundles of -- morrow donor and -- use pull -- separates. Easily from -- them but there's a number of things that --
How Deep to Plant Winter Wheat
Steve Dvorak, an agronomist with Ducks Unlimited in Bismarck, North Dakota, discusses how deep to plant winter wheat.