Importance of Livestock in Soil Health|
descriptionUniversity of Washington geologist, David Montgomery talks to Gil Gullickson about the importance of livestock in a cropping situation.
Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations
Dr. David Montgomery tells Gil Gullickson the reasons that led him to write the book "Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations"me an appreciation for the importance of soils in the course of human history and the -- of civilizations. And -- -- researcher on the world on erosion. For decades they've really came to appreciate. The
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BASF Commitment to Research
Markus Heldt, President, BASF Crop Protection discusses the amount and variety of Research BASF is conducting.
The Tale of Two Seasons
Well this corn planting season could PH Dickens novel would be hey you'll love to differ seasons. In states like Illinois planting is proceeding very well the way he has he has theory report came with 43%. Of corn acreage planted. Up from 6% 2013 this time. When you move though it's different storyfar for this year so close folks up there remains very difficult wet weather conditions My unfortunately when you look at the long term real potential Portland. -- persons lately yesterday taking yet there's -- response and
Return on Fungicide Investment
With lower 2014 grain prices, you're likely scrutinizing crop inputs much more than in past years. So where do fungicides it into this picture? Here are some points to keep in mind from Randy Myers, fungicide product manager for Bayer CropScience.what I think you look at fungicides. Eight it will with their economic practices . Growers and make him. Huge investments right now because the land rant that cost us the fertilizer fuel costs all the things going in the ground. And a
Fungicides Aren't All About Yields
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Should I Book Fungicide Right Now?
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How Deep do Corn Roots Go?
GIl Gullickson asks Ben Kaehler of Dow AgroSciences how deep corn roots can go.see the answer is depends. It depends on soil -- Depends on weather patterns and it adds to it depends on the genetics that with in the car. We have genetic. -- sciences. And old are
What Now for Corn After Corn?
Gil Gullickson and Syngenta's Bruce Battles discuss the requirments for maintaining yields in corn after corn.