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Philip Shaw 2h
Replying to @gblairfarms
I apply a combination of Urea and ESN ....a prescription is made to utilize the ESN a bit more in some areas...but it’s all variable....the results for me have paid......but it’s not -70 here either😂
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♧The Crazy Neighbor♧ Jan 17
Got this little experiment delivered from Michigan yesterday, hope this works as good as I've got it pictured in my mind to, anyone ever used one of these to spread before? Plan is to put row crop tires on and go in before cash crop is harvested.
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Sarah Carlson 4h
N. IL farmer Trent Sanderson kicks off the afternoon ⁦ teachin about What’s The Soil Missing
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Steve Groff Jan 16
"The guys who have been true no-till without , they are all blowing right now" This article doesn't come across with a "committed to cover crop" approach but does value their worth
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Northstar Seed Jan 18
First we showed the yield, now the nutrition. Talk about a one-two punch! Years of testing, learning, and working with industry partners around the world paying off. We'd love to be part of your cover crop discussion.
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Adam McCain 7h
what are the best options for in irrigated corn after corn with a planned fall VT trip?
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Steve Groff 13h
"...biological strip-tillage uses , such as radishes, instead of tillage equipment to break up the soil, create macropores for increased water infiltration, and to create a warmer surface with more nutrients in the root zone for a corn crop."
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CCSI Jan 15
Wow!! Last day of Annual Conference. Last session. Had to bring in more chairs for Linda Prokopy's presentation on motivation and obstacles to ag conservation adoption.
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Abbey Wick Jan 14
If you could hear someone present about or who would it be???? And why???
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Jean Eells 6h
Non-farming peeps take note. Serious weed control from more effective and less likely to foster rapid resistance. . There are effective options, ask questions and know the answers don't always have to be "no we can't change."
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Steve Groff 2h
We've really lost a lot of ground the past several decades in agriculture- both literally and figuratively speaking! Interested in joining my cover crop training group? Check out our current special offer!
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Stroud Center Jan 17
There's still time to join us tonight for our showing of Lay of the Land: Healthy Soil, Healthy Water This short documentary about follows four farmers...Thx 4 ur support!
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Steve Groff 8h
Using in a sugar cane rotation
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Sarah Carlson Jan 18
⁩ beans yielded well and I got all that feed
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FarmCentrePEI Jan 10
Benefits of Cover Crops: *Cut fertilizer costs *Reduce the need for herbicides and other pesticides * Improve yields by enhancing soil health *Prevent soil erosion *Conserve soil moisture *Protect water quality
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CCSI Jan 10
Intergration of livestock (with ) - Incorporate residue - increase soil biology - Stress plants so the leak more exudates (sugars).... By the way cattle wrap tongues around plants and give a pull.
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Mighty Mustard 24h
Are you new to or eager to plant new varieties? Check out this handy reference guide from that'll answer your cover crop questions in 5 easy steps:
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Sarah Carlson 8h
⁩ shares another pub about negative effects of neonics on beneficial insects; critical to reduce pest issues in
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Steve Groff Jan 18
Lessons learned from a career in .
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Steve Groff 4h
Grasses are king when it comes to growing for grazing
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