Are We In a Climate Change?
Crops Technology Editor, Gil Gullickson shares some of the facts about climate change. To learn more about climate change be sure to check out your October issue.Well this month's issue cover stories successful farming about climate change . No one thing about climate Jesus is important to remember that not ever figure out now and every cloud offers an on every blizzard in BP and the climate change . A case in point. A year ago in western South Dakota winter storm atlas prop 55 inches of snow at a very unexpected time in this state. 45000 have a life stuck here and it was just a freak storm. Some felt the chorus the university climate scientists think it'll research on it the could be in the climate change and the answer is no. Instead storms like this they can happen once every ten years. But supporter remember that individual events like this can't be paean to climate change instead climate change or something happens slowly over time. And patterns develop and ask you one free store or one free throw. Or 13. Rainfall where you get ten inches in a couple of hours he can't in that directly climate change . Now for more information and more background on the subject reader cover story in our two overshoot.
How to Indentify Saline and Sodic Soils
Gil Gullickson explains what saline and sodic soils are and how to identify them.he'll be fixed. You'll read about it. There are fields in eastern South Dakota and eastern North Dakota there have been inundated by rain fall in recent years in fact some colonies in northeastern South Dakota received as much as sixteen inches. You know October 2009. As for diggers I had ordinary matter the other so we'll sir
The Future of Food Security
Agriculture.com's Jordan Anderson, speaks with Wendy Coursen of the USAID and Bureau for Food Security about how the Ebola outbreak could affect Food Security.the US government initiative called -- the future. Which is aimed at reducing poverty hunger and energy drinks and three is -- investments in the agricultural sector and really developing as a means to you. Friday's economic growth that can reduce hunger and a nutrition and -- we have ten other US government agencies that we were read and it isn't can be a host of partners from research entities and -- Nongovernment organization and as -- private sector and working really with the country that advantage in countries -- everywhere whether host country government step
Over-Arching Issues at the World Food Prize
Agriculture.com's Jordan Anderson, speaks with Thoric Cedarstrom of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, about the surrounding issues of growing food sustainably for the world population.desperately need so that's a big challenge and that's gonna require. -- concerted effort on infrastructure distribution systems and financing to allow farmers access to affordable credit. To build -- by the inputs and fertilizers being critical aspect of
Agronomy Update: Take Off from Verdesian
Nigel Grech from Verdesian Life Sciences explains how the company's products help farmers make the most out of nitrogen.fertilizer applications it's becoming even more important to use out. For decent life sciences has licensed the product from Los Alamos national . Laboratory . That promises not only to do that but also increased plant productivity can tell you more is Nigel -- Visit to a
Crops Technology Editor, Gil Gullickson goes over some of the things to remember before you begin harvest.next week are you. Now I ran across some information about Nielsen extension agronomist at Purdue university . For some. Pre harvest ships and ideas to you before -- go -- start rolling. Number what walker fields. There was a
Soil Health at Farm Science Review
@OhioDNR Soil Scientist, Matt Deaton discusses soil properties for improved soil health at the 2014 Farm Science Review in London Ohio.penetration. And and it really leads are good environment for. Those different. Micro organisms down through here. In comparison here's a piece of of of soil -- clawed its oil from. Just across the road here and crop fields if you look here we've got a lot of -- let's -- on here and ultimately this was taken from the inroads. But the full right here we really were looking at a mass social structure . The structure here is is very very difficult to. To break bill's very very very tough and if you look. You get
Confluence Project - Stream Bank Stabilization
Illinois landowner, Jerry Wyatt, explains the process he used to stabilize the stream bank on his property.of the field. The other part we have here is RSS RP stream bank stabilization project. Eight years ago nine years -- and not for sure what exactly we came in. And we put stone Covert action
Confluence - Nutrients and Water Quality
Patrick Reeg from the Iowa Soybean Association discusses the benefits of seeing nutrient and water quality issues in person, and what farmers are doing to improve crops by keeping nutrients in their fields.this case here were talked a lot about nurturing issues and and water quality issues and how we keep the nutrients in the field -- water supply whether it's pirated form time placement. And down. It gives. The group also a chance to see concede the modulation here's news. In his routes so on soybeans in particular we don't apply an action typically choose them maybe there there are some under that would go on -- -- by their -- Soybeans -- cable picks and their own. Nitrogen and he's not jewels that you see here on these plants. Are actually nitrogen -- and supplied that's the plan through its own symbiotic relationship here. And wanting it was kind of sinister -- open it's going to be really hard to show on video but Tom
A Farmer’s Perspective on Cover Crops
Roger Wenning, a farmer from Greensburg, IN has been experimenting with cover crops for nearly 20 years with a few learning experiences.