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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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Calvin Horst Jun 16
Interseeding Italian ryegrass and clovers in corn
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Chad Ingels 8h
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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Aaron Olson Jun 16
A few days late but got our cover crop/urea spread last week before a nice rain! Gotta experiment
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Country Guide Jun 13
P.E.I. potato growers look to to help boost organic matter.
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Steve Groff Jun 13
NPR does a story on how the Chesapeake Bay is turning around- thanks, in part, to farmers using ! For those who don't know, some agriculture areas in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are over 60% adoption rate of the use of cover crops.
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Green Cover Seed 8h
We’re excited to be at the again this year! Great opportunity to learn about and how animals and play a role in that.
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Anne Bhogal 21h
At ADAS/AHDB open day in Herefordshire talking about the benefits of cover crops
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Chad Ingels Jun 10
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Maria Cox Jun 15
Voles: didn’t know and later planted beans created environment for them until I experienced it. Fed them with buckets of beans to try to stop problem.
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Melissa Wilson 17h
Listening to my colleague talk about in corn and soybeans at the Ag Field Day. Dr. Axel Garcia y Garcia has some awesome graphics.
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Jay Brandt Jun 18
Awesome planting green video :
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Kevin O'Boyle Jun 14
Fantastic demo of a variety of drills working in
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Adam H Jun 11
Just putting Daran 🙊 out to protect the
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Maria Cox Jun 12
Soybeans planted into 5 foot tall cereal rye this spring.
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Tom Tierney Jun 17
Winter wheat drilled into standing clover ...... no fert & no chems -agriculture
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Benji Jun 18
Cover crop guys, interseeder parts are on back order and it's go time. Will spreading work at v-4 stage. Will be coming with a Coulter 28% applicator within a few days and that should help with some soil cover.
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Mitchell Hora 7h
Loving the added nodules appearing on soybeans planted into ! Fixing nitrogen for this year and building organic nitrogen pools for the future! Better for and our bottom line!
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Reuben DeJong Jun 16
today with learning all the buttons...
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Steve Groff Jun 13
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