Radio

9/28/2020
Breaking up tough soil compaction in the field is not for the faint-of-heart. It's much easier to prevent it. Some things you have no control over such as soil type and when the rain falls. Successful Farming's Jodi Henke talks with University of Minnesota's Jodi DeJong-Hughes about ways to keep your field soil workable rather than as hard as pavement.
9/28/2020
Plotting next year’s soybean seed strategy can be daunting. Simplify it by choosing what you need versus what you want.
9/28/2020
Deer freezing in headlights is something nobody on the road wants to see. Adding rear-facing lights to the front of the vehicle tells deer to scram.
9/28/2020
Weed seeds sitting in the soil now will be next spring’s problems. Combining several late-season practices will help reduce the soil seedbank.
9/28/2020
Before you start harvest, take the time to check sensors and yield monitors. Accurate yield data requires accurate calibration.
9/28/2020
Walnut harvest time is fast approaching. Know what to look for while the nuts are still on the tree because once they fall to the ground, the squirrels might as well have them.
9/28/2020
What’s black and white and green all over? Newspaper. After you’re done digesting the daily news, use it for mulch in the garden, and to crowd out weeds.