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Tyler Zimmerman Jun 17
Anybody else got corn that is struggling along. Just seems to be very slow growth yellowing leaves. The neighbors conventional fields look pretty nice. I’m think most of my neighbors Are wondering if I forgot how to farm!!! A
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Sly 10m
We'll be at showcasing our range of machinery and accessories, ready to discuss all things relating to , , and - see us on Stand D3.
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Ariel Rivers, PhD 55m
Replying to @EntoAriel
Cunningham saw stable pasture during historic droughts thanks to and . Similar story when too much rains affected Minnesota farmers in 2018; Cunningham could enter fields to harvest, etc. on time thanks to better .
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Howemill 21h
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Ariel Rivers, PhD 55m
Replying to @EntoAriel
Subcommittee and Congress play important role by supporting conservation programs and enabling policies that enable the adoption of practices on farm like and crop.
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Benjamin Franz 12h
DKC41-99 of to a pretty good start.
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Benjamin Franz 12h
Just something about seeing the alfalfa fade off and the corn come to life. Lets see what kind of yield with minimal N we can get.
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David Jones Jun 17
15 years soil vs cultivated soil from 5 meters away.
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Matt’s Holstein steer emporium Jun 17
A fencline seperates these two fields. Both are for sweet corn. One was no-tilled today under good conditions. The other has to dry out since it’s 6” of pudding. Why do we do tillage in circumstances like this yet?
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Andy Moon 35m
Great powerpoint slide, haha! Why pay for nitrogen, phosphorous, etc. when it's available for free, from nature!
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Wayne Ebersole 3h
No need to lose soil with heavy rain.
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Eric Price Jun 20
Some popping up. Only planted 2 days before date. Now they're in nature's hands.
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Sky Agriculture UK 5h
If you are going to tomorrow or Thursday, Sky's EasyDrill will be demonstrating between 10am & 11am tomorrow and between 1pm & 2pm on Thursday - plot D2
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David Gowan May 8
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Jerry Blotter 3h
things coming along nicely with forage pea mustard intercrop in the stripper stubble
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simon clark Jun 18
It does in conventional tillage. But if annual rye is used as a cover crop before planting the maize, killed a few days b4 and land is not ploughed (farmer uses ), then the soil is not exposed and the roots from the rye help the which increases infiltration
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Sean May 7
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simon clark Jun 17
Replying to @RobHavard1
Tillage helps blackgrass germination, bringing dormant seeds back up.
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Rob Havard Jun 17
Replying to @simoncclark456
Does make continuous cropping sustainable?
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Eldon Klippenstein 13h
Trying a small field of canola on .
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