When you purchase seed for the next growing season, it often comes coated with protection against insects and pathogens. Host Jodi Henke talks with Syngenta Seed Care Specialist Chad Vest about how and why seeds are treated, how to choose what treatments you need, and does seed color matter?
You can’t see it, but greenhouse gasses might be wafting from your fields. Rotate your crops so they don’t have gas.
The desire for transparency is giving farm visitors front row seats to the poultry industry. Peek in on this first-of-its-kind chicken house.
Get rid of insects munching on the grain in your grain bin. Turn on the fans, drop the temperature, and freeze ‘em to death.
Too much salt isn’t good for you. It’s not good for your crops, either. The key to soil salinity management is water management.
You’ll find wild turkeys gobbling around nearly every state. Attract them to your land by focusing on their preferred foods and habitat needs.