Successful Farming Radio
Agricultural land values have been relatively stable, but net farm income is way down. What will it take to normalize the market?
Most farmers plant seeds that are treated with a pesticide to protect against insects and disease. Be a good steward to protect the environment.
Chemical spills can be catastrophic. The EPA has a new approach to help ag chemical companies prevent accidents.
Modern farm equipment doesn’t need a lot of spring maintenance, but it does need a once-over. Fix anything out of the ordinary before you start it up.
Compacted soils can reduce yields and soil productivity. Learn strategies on how to reduce soil compaction.
New irrigation technology will help farmers save time, water and money. Wireless applications hold promise for efficiency.
Ground penetrating radar is a new tool for farmers to measure subsurface water content. It’s quick and you don’t have to disturb the soil.
Don’t forget the tires when you go through spring checkups on the tractor. Here are some tips to make sure your tires are ready to carry the load.
Corn farmers are pushing the envelope, planting an increasing number of seeds per-acre. However, more is not always better.
Thursday, March 14th is National Ag Day. If you like to eat, thank a farmer.