Multi-Seed Sorghum Project
USDA Agricultural Research Service Laboratory Director, John Burke, is working on a multi-seed sorghum project to undo what nature has harmed in sorghum plants.check off program. That we were introduced a lot of the sorghum seed companies . And all of the C companies. Come to our field they look at our materials and we provide them with an immaterial
The Future of Sorghum Production
Larry Lambright, Director of Breeding with Chromatin, discusses the future of sorghum production and what Chromatin sees in its bright future.the different passes currencies. You know generate starch which could be for animal feeding areas and all production. Degenerate cellulose which again supports tabs are can be for renewable user could be for carrier every cattle feeding and found a Swiss organ that. Is senator Sam ways to sugar cane can develop not only some Obama's but I also sugars four. I've had a chemical applications are. What do you think is.
Herbicide Resistant Grain Sorghum Hybrids
Dr. Ben Beyer, Sorghum Breeder at Advanta US, discusses herbicide resistant hybrids to control a broad range of grasses, which is estimated to be available in 2016.early in medium and away. So hopefully producers all the way from south Texas open central Kansas. Even maybe in two topic nordic and merely used that straight to control grasses in grain sorghum. Will there be opportunities for other companies in business history isn't going to be specific two outs seasons with the as of right now this can't be specific to all the feeds. As the future moves on we made. Move this in this hour private label business websites that these stewardship and other agreements that the producer wants assignment I've purchased this is. This is only be available from a man that threw the bran oh the. And all the seeds is is a pretty widely known name in the sort of an industry knows the continent and the corporate not the company's earnings. It's agreed to drop it. So advance we have several private label customers across the United States . East eastern US western yes south Texas up through central Kansas Nebraska South Dakota. We are the largest supplier. I average grain sorghum seed in the United States .
Why Sorghum Works on the Farm
Dale Artho, a sorghum farmer from Wildorado, gives his thoughts on his many years of sorghum growing experience and why it works.shot. That's going to be a games. Instead. Forward. You. Things. The Green Zone in which he makes. And as we have that school production. Again. Probably so forty. Everything.
Agronomy Insider - Root Dig
This summer, grab a shovel and dig some roots in your corn field. You can detect corn rootworm infestations, sidewall compaction problems and gauge overall root health, says Steve Barnhart, Winfield regional agronomist.this is very heavy heavy soil. So. It it's somewhat limit the root growth besides when it's that wedge in this heaviest soil. Heard they're gonna in this hard soil that's a pretty good route. Fairly
Agronomy Insider - Soybean Aphids
So when is the best time to treat for soybean aphids? Steve Barnhart, Winfield regional agronomist, gives recommendations.investigation. Well we're instant soybeans and now we're kind of looking for soybean aphids right now or other things that might be going on in the field. And we're in a pocket right now where there are some aphids being found. The weather conditions have been quite ideal the last couple weeks been kind of mild temperatures and drier conditions and so. And those conditions soybean aphids thrive the generally accepted threshold on these statements is about 258. Thirds per plant. Finally stay personal plans and as you can
Making Planter Adjustments
Brent Minett, a Team Sales Agronomist from Beck's Hybrids, gives planter recommendations to acomodate for smaller seed size.Just like you a lot of growers that are really really good growing season this past year. At next we have the same thing in our seed fields and that's good news for you from a
Improving Your Field with SuperCal Humic
Andrew Hoiberg, Director of Research and Development for Calcium Products, discusses SuperCal Humic. With calcium and sulfur nutrition, SuperCal Humic improves drought resistance and increased root growth.to get a big uniform distribution of humid substance across the field application rate is 200 pounds per acre for all problems. Here and that the benefits that come along with the product or not only
Protection from Pythium and Phytophthora
Thad Hayes, Seed Protection Marketing Manager of Valent USA, discusses Intego Suite and how it can help fight against Pythium and Phytophthora for producers who want to start the planting season early.environments now. We've we've seen about a bushel half advantage over our comp competitive she treatments that are out there. And would that. We're really excited about the future was what this molecule to bring get the box along tool called and tango. Actually can you not only is obviously means but also on corn wheat and other crops that works for those options today so. The people let's consider using this or any farmer that as an issue with establishing early stand plants in early cold wet soils. And wants to get out and establish a properly so this is really something that every farmer. That goes off their plants at their normal times and people. And generally made. Soybeans they they need to be out for using it take this week. That'll protect them the most and give them the best protection package against a team of my time.
Selecting Hybrids to Manage Corn Rootworm
Successful Farming and Agriculture.com Crops Technology Editor, Gil Gullickson, talks with Director of Marketing at Wyffel's Hybrids, Jeff Hartz, about how to select hybrids to manage corn rootworm for this planting season.more important and to be able to be able to accurately placed multiple trades on the same farm. So. I'm really understand those local pressure sort of set us up and we can work through the management strategies and I'm more intelligently and puts them in a position of power to make the best strategies most economically. What about those farmers who might want to save some money on us. They feel like when a double standard paper we're we're perfection any management options Barbara we'll. Be. Protect their rights. Yeah absolutely I think gun. You know that is there are acres there will be corn acres in May be rotated out of soybeans are we've seen no historical problems what we'll worms in the local area there that.