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Springfield Farms 14h
Our Spring Wheat is looking superb, despite barely any rain since drilling and unseasonably high temperatures. Even establishment across the field is growing proof that the system is the way forward - even seed depth, moisture retention and healthy soils!
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Mzuri Ltd 14h
More striking images from Cheshire, Oilseed Rape in the sunshine, even establishment across the field translates to an even crop later in the season
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Dan Hayden Apr 13
Hey we have some sweet sunny Saturday stripping happening over here πŸ‘Œ
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Denton Clark Apr 13
Everything is getting put to work around here
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Brock A Profit Apr 11
Strip till / cover crop project results are starting to show up nicely. This was planted the last week of October which was late for our timing. Stay tuned!
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Countryside Land Mgt Jan 10
in January in NW Ohio. Who would have thought!
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Reed Erickson Apr 21
Hope this rye between our strips is going to help this wet spring
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Andy Thompson 13 Apr 18
at 10mph from & today. Efficient seedbed prep.
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Patrick Olson Oct 31
Earned my certificate yesterday πŸŽ–
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Warren S Feb 1
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George Sly Apr 13
Strip till Maize land for AD... a light tickle between the cover crop before planting. no selective herbicide?
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Matt Boucher Jun 15
True story on . Sorry fuel guys/gals.
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Chris Bowman Mar 28
Still lots of wrench time left here but like what I see so far.
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Chad Wheeler May 15
1st striptilled sugarbeet fields in. Should be an interesting year to see how these fields progress and yield comparable to conventional planting.
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Robert Jock Price Feb 7
Farming Tassie Style. πŸ‘ŠπŸ» broccoli πŸ₯¦ πŸ‘ boys have got it right down here.
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Springfield Farms Apr 16
PicoPro applied peri-emergence to our Cochise Spring Wheat. The dual shoot, 33cm row drilled Wheat is looking smart, established directly into Radish cover crop with the Pro-Til 3T
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Mitchell Hora Apr 22
Planted the home farm this weekend. We are planting into green and directly onto our . We won’t terminate the cover for another couple days, since it’s still fairly small (the winter wheat is anyway) and we want it to get growing again.
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Chris Bowman Apr 20
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Eric Vanderlinde Sep 24
Brand new Terraforge unit hitting the field today in Lambton County ready to make some beautiful strips in preparation for . Love seeing this tool in action! @Bwouts44
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Michelle Baker Sep 14
What a beautiful compliment to a cover crop situation. Finish tillage while the ground is dry, let the cover grow, and spray (or not) later into the fall.
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