Successful Farming Radio
You can’t kill weeds with one big chemical hammer. The more strategies you have, if one fails, you still have other little hammers pounding away.
Soybean seeding rates can be reduced without significantly impacting yield. Cut the number of seeds per acre, and save money too.
This is a good time to think about your weed control strategy. If you had weeds still standing this year, develop a plan for next year.
Farmers need new and adaptable soybean varieties to compete in the world market. Advances in soybean breeding are the key.
Disc rippers are a mainstay of fall tillage. If you’re looking for a used one, you might have to really search because they’re in short supply.
You can’t see it, but greenhouse gasses might be wafting from your fields. Rotate your crops so they don’t have gas.
One of the benefits of cover crops is weed suppression. A nice, thick mat of biomass is another weapon for control.
What is the best row spacing when planting soybeans, wide or narrow? It depends on planting equipment and where you are.
Touch your machinery engines and listen to them. Paying attention to noise, vibration and harshness can help you determine engine condition.
Look at the color of the soil on your land. Color gives you clues to organic and mineral content, and even environmental conditions.