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Tyler Wilson
dry land farming with new passion for soil health and integrating cattle to improve it, great wife and 3 young boys. Dealer for
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Tyler Wilson 16h
They don’t make flex swathers. And in this country you need flex to cut pulses or you leave to many
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Never seen a rainbow quite that close and clear before. Even got a double rainbow. May have to go see if it left a pot of gold! Wasn’t a big rain but should get my grazing blends started finally.
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Replying to @PKanning @Plantmore1
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Replying to @zeefarmer @Plantmore1
He said the lentil/durum belt. Not the banana belt. You don’t count😉
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Replying to @RagenKajen
We don’t have land that only has some rocks.
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Kresten Jorgenson Jun 15
We are selling our 2012 NH 16’ discbine. It comes with a good selection of parts, everything you’ll need to keep going without having to go on a parts run. It has been unused in ‘15, ‘17, ‘18 and ‘19. Great machine, I love it. Only selling because of drought. $27,500 OBO
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Replying to @RagenKajen
Do they work on land with rocks without wrecking stuff?
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Replying to @rgstone1 @adrienneivey
0-4mm. Wind will have what fell gone by tomorrow unfortunately.
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Will then spread compost back on that ground so not to remove nutrients. There’s lots of ways to deal with this issue but none are as easy asdpray and combine is all.
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Can most years here except for kochia spots. Just won’t go threw combine. Will be cutting and baling those spots more and feeding them to cows in correls then composting stay to kill weed seeds. Did that this year. New herbicides in lentils may allow us not to desicate them.
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
If they could doable the amount of carbon sequestration if canola from present then you wouldn’t have to worry about seeding a fall cover crop as much. Especially in drier northern areas.
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Why not start with corn beans canola? Easier to get public approval of those. Trees could be a battle not worth it🤷‍♂️
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Replying to @DavidKucher
What’s the LD of a swather🤔
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
Replying to @DavidKucher
I think we are done with pre harvest glyphosate anyways. Doesn’t work on drying down kochia anymore, doesn’t seam to work as good on perennials as post harvest app does, and consumer doesn’t want it. If we are going to pick a battle on the glyphosate war. This is not the one
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
They actually make 3 varieties for coop. Never had those 3 but everything else I’ve had is top notch. I buy the jalapeño mustard by the box. Delicious
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Tyler Wilson Jun 15
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Tyler Wilson Jun 14
Or you can disturb the soil and release carbon and never have it germinate till next spring and suck up moisture that can lead to a cash crop not germinateing. That’s probably worse than leaving land fallow for 30 days isn’t it?
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Tyler Wilson Jun 14
No but if companies are paying you to grow cover crops based on carbon offsets do those covers ever get justified if making an extra pass? Are u better to seed a companion with one pass and know it will be sequestering carbon than seed a fall cover that may or may not germinate?
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Tyler Wilson Jun 14
Replying to @Freedom_speech1
I’m just wandering if most years in northern climates that you would burn more carbon seeding the cover crop than you would sequester🤔
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