Successful Farming Radio
All the fashionable corn plants will someday be wearing them…tape-based sensors that measure water uptake and more.
Planting season is underway but farmers also need to check on their stored grain. As dewpoint temperatures climb, so does the risk of grain spoilage.
Responding quickly to weather conditions will help maximize yields. See how much rain you’re getting – or not getting – with in-field weather sensors.
To have high-yielding crops, you need a high volume of nutrients. Have you tested your fields lately?
If you’re looking for a late-model round baler, set your search for the years 2012 to 2016. Here's why they’re so plentiful.
It may not be long before traditional pig castration is a thing of the past. Learn how gene editing can produce piglets that are born naturally castrated.
Adding animals to your herd also means the potential for health risks. Ask questions and inspect the animals before bringing them home.
There is a limited supply of ground water. Farmers can monitor the resources in their wells with new technology and real-time data.
As your corn and soybean crops emerge, be on the lookout for black cutworm damage.
Not every crop comes up the way it’s supposed to the first time around. Stay tuned for tips on how to decide if your field should be replanted.