In this week’s Boots In The Field Report, Ken talks about the positive aspects of this recent cold snap. He encourages growers to check out their inefficiencies of the past year and make corrections for the coming season!
Ken reports from Canada in this week's Boots In the Field Report. He covers how no matter what day corn you plant, knowing your hybrid characteristics will be to your benefit. Start with the field first, know its strengths and weaknesses and then pick a hybrid that takes advantage of the strengths [...]
Ken talks about taking your yield map meeting to the next level. This week he goes over what growers are bringing to the table in his most productive meetings and tips for getting the most out of the session.
While it is still fresh in your mind Ken recommends a thorough evaluation of your operation's harvest plan. He discusses what he sees as key factors of success in getting the crop out in a timely manner in operations he works with. He suggests some options to help operations that are struggling [...]
Ken tackles the issue with removal rate minimum clauses and clarifies what your soil test is telling you in The Question of the Week. Also Crop-Tech Crew would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Holidays!
We make the switch to Question of The Week and this week Ken tackles all things Sulfur. He goes over products, placement, timing and risk to help farmers choose the best options for their operation.
In this week's Boots In The Field Report Ken covers why you might see more brown silk spraying next year and what your options are for getting anhydrous on for next year.
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