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Steve Schiller Aug 15
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Anne Verhallen Aug 9
It's only the early part of August & now we have soil moisture - what is holding you back from planting on wheat stubble? If you don't cover it Mother Nature will!
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Chet Edinger 9m
Seeding the last field of today. We have a planter seeding a crop every month of the growing season except July. This keeps the symbiotic relationship of plants & soil working all year.
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Dr Sarah Cook 9h
I'm looking to do some case studies on different approaches to stubble cultivation. 1 Has a big problem, 2. Uses and 3. grower. Is anyone willing to talk to me?
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Southern Soil Solutions Aug 9
From food plots to thousands of acres we do !
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Adam Chappell Aug 4
Another blend ready to go!
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Chad Ingels Jun 10
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Louis Mc Auley Jul 25
Time to harvest some free carbon & nitrogen
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Andrew Reuschel Jun 30
90+ degrees. Feels like 105+ degrees. Waited till 2:30pm to trek through the fields. Worth the sweat. My are still working
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Shona Snater Jun 14
For those of you with healthy soils, bacteria feeding nematodes are probably abound in your soil. This is my first nematode find! Pretty pumped about it.
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Adam McCain Apr 4
Never too early to think about how to seed . FOR SALE: 30' Phillips with Valmar. Ground drive or hydraulic drive with Raven controller. Only needs ~125hp, pull it 7-9mph. 30 bu. hopper. A reliable, simple low maintanence tool to get covers on quick. DM for details
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Jean Eells Apr 27
My very own bragging rights and proud cover crop photo.
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Bryan Biegler May 26
If anyone has questions about cereal ryes effects on weeds. Thin stand but still holding weeds back. Lambs quarter on the right, were the rye is none
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Maria Cox Jun 12
Soybeans planted into 5 foot tall cereal rye this spring.
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Chad Ingels Jun 19
The rye just seems to melt away. Waist high and green when soybeans were planted. And last fall the appeared to be a bust.
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Lucas Criswell Aug 14
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Helen Metcalfe Apr 12
Soil erosion without is clear to see
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Abbey Wick May 17
Anyone working with and recommending mixes should have the experience of mixing seed, calibrating the drill, setting and checking seed depth at least one time to fully understand what farmers have to do in the field. Iā€™m fortunate to have good farmer mentors
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Anne Verhallen Aug 14
Catching up on the mail and I come across this in Farmtario good article I love & think they are truly awesome BUT you need a termination plan !
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Greg Vermeersch Aug 10
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