It’s that point of the yr the place farmers are working exceptionally exhausting to finish all of the fieldwork they should get carried out. We’ve bought a fantastic lineup to maintain you educated and up-to-date on this Agronomic Monday episode of RealAg Radio. You’ll hear:
- Paul Sullivan of Sullivan Agro on correct scouting and ensuring that once we are going out into our fields, we’re on the lookout for the proper issues;
- Andrew Reid of BASF on herbicide efficacy, and a few of the issues to think about in the case of water volumes, nozzle choice, tank clear out, and extra;
- Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson on useful bugs, and the significance of paying consideration and truly utilizing these financial thresholds;
- Aaron Deigh of North Dakota State College (NDSU) on compaction and a few of the environmental, and financial impacts it might probably have for a few years down the street.
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