Mixing pesticides and additives with a proper fit in proper sequence is crucial for top performance.
A California farmer incorporates precision ag technology into his operation to improve efficiency.
Making investments in lighting, ventilation, or drying equipment can offer solid returns.
Choosing a nitrogen rate for corn ahead of the growing season is like planning a Fourth of July picnic in January. There is no way of knowing if the weather will ruin your plans.
Harold van Es, a soil scientist and professor at Cornell University in New York, believes weather holds the key to managing nitrogen (N).
The trend toward handling more repair and maintenance chores at home – combined with the necessity to keep equipment constantly rolling at the height of the season – is putting more pressure on farm shops to be more efficient. The following are six investments that not only will expand your shop's capacity but also may save you time and maintenance costs.