Using Fungicide on Winter Wheat
Steve Dvorak, an agronomist with Ducks Unlimited in Bismarck, North Dakota, compares two different plots that show the benefit of using a fungicide.
Excessive Wet and Dry Soil
Dwayne 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.That same so the name maybe hold six. And if it's holding stagnant water that -- smaller so -- wetter faster. He did prior. To bring me a big rain it's two way. You get to corn planted many if you're dry if he had it -- available water holding capacity. It would not got you. It is right to
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.
Kelly Cooper, farm manager of the Conservation Cropping Systems Project near Foreman, North Dakota, discusses how mixing alfalfa with corn can stimulate soil biology and protect topsoil from windstorms.Kelly can Joey so think your -- issue here in this oil field . And that's it's whenever plots where we have they'll fall and then plan born and it -- -- But and soil it
Thoughts on Pioneer Field360
Kacey Birchmier talks with Chad Groenhagen, a grower from Oregon, Illinois at Circle G Farms, about his current experience with Pioneer Field360.that in that we've been able to develop plans for the future craft beer by using fifteen year whether. Models. And then develop team. Our past season is an agent. And it's helped us -- to
Grower Predictions for the Spring
Kacey Birchmier speaks with growers about what they expect will happen this Spring. Will it be a late start or not?looks normal on going into the spring in our area we've had extreme cold . So the process and -- ground this fortified -- indeed I think revealed later spring. I think it's just gonna take some time to get the ground warmed up so you can get to where are you worried about neutrality -- my -- We have had some soil moisture and says I'm not worried yet at that but they can change quickly. I'm obviously really because we've got probably four --
2014 Commodity Classic
Crops Technology Editor, Gil Gullickson, discusses his thoughts and concerns from this year's Commodity Classic in San Antonio, Texas.announced. Commodity classic this year -- crop science. Is coming well they seek treatment called evil. Which will be used to help manners sudden death syndrome in soybeans that's been a disease that has surfaced in recent years the been ruined or persuading farmers to get a handle and I think this technology. Which is scheduled to debut in 2015 and regulatory approval will be one way that they can manage this disease. Common and other products coming from Syngenta is accurate. And that is a war way. Treatments for corps consisting of war active ingredients that's also Slater for 2015. Pending regulatory approval. Closer to some of the topics that we came across a commodity classic. War
What Encirca means to you
Kacey Birchmier speaks with Bob Hankins, Senior Marketing Manager at DuPont Pioneer, what Encirca means for growers and how they can increase profits on their operation.worried about as far as status concern. So. That's a good question data privacy zone as a real concern -- the grower and took pioneered the -- pioneer. There and our stance is good it's their
2014 Changes in Multi-Hybrid: Commodity Classic
Jason Webster, Beck's Hybrids central Illinois practical farm research director, tells Gil Gullickson, Successful Farming crops technology editor, what Beck's Hybrids has in store for split-hybrid planting in 2014.