Tips to Manage Pests This Season

July 15, 2016

On the season finale of The Deal With Yield®, hosts Joel and Kyle offer tips on controlling pests during the growing season. Find out how you can adjust your spray applications to protect the health of honeybees, why the threshold for spraying aphids varies state-by-state and the best spot to scout for them. 

 

Got a question about pests on your operation? Email hosts@dealwithyield.com to hear their tips.

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In-Season Tips for the War on Weeds

July 8, 2016

Joel and Kyle examine the do’s and don’ts of weed control on this week’s episode of The Deal With Yield®. Find out what weeds and diseases are the biggest threats this season as well as how to manage them, and learn why not all fungicides are created equal.    

 

Got a question about your operation? Email hosts@dealwithyield.com for the chance to hear their response on the show.

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How to Offset Nitrogen Loss With Sidedressing

July 1, 2016
On this episode of The Deal With Yield®, Joel and Kyle share their recommendations for sidedressing nitrogen, as well as answer an audiece question. Tune in to learn how to determine if your fields require sidedressing, what products are best for keeping nitrogen stable, and the best way to variable-rate nitrogen. 


Got a question about your operation? Email host@dealwithyield.com for the chance to hear their response on the show.

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Tips to Maximize Every Raindrop

June 24, 2016

On a new episode of The Deal With Yield®, host Joel Wipperfurth and this week’s guest Mike Vande Logt, executive vice president and chief operating officer, dive into water and agriculture. Tune in for cropping strategies to get the most out of every raindrop, such as using cover crops, drought-tolerant hybrids and plowing methods that cut down on evaporation. 

For more information, visit responsibleacre.com or Winfield.com/Beyond. 
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Feed Your Fields’ Full Potential

June 17, 2016
On this episode of The Deal With Yield®, Joel and Kyle discuss the importance of monitoring plant nutrition early in the growing season. Find out how to spot nutrients deficiencies, when you should take a tissue sample and why nothing good happens after spraying soybeans with a herbicide after the Fourth of July.
 
 
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Opening a Window into the World of Agriculture

June 10, 2016

On this episode of The Deal With Yield, Joel Wipperfurth welcomes Faye Bliese, director of integrated marketing communications for WinField, to discuss the importance of educating the 98% of consumers who are unaware of where their food comes from. Discover how WinField lets people experience the world of agriculture at its new Crop Adventure exhibit.

 

To find out more about the exhibit, visit fofarms.com and responsibleacre.com.

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To Drone, or Not to Drone- That is The Question

May 13, 2016

On this episode of The Deal With Yield, Joel and Kyle talk drones and Data Silos. Discover what you can realistically expect from drones, how to put your data to use, and who has access to your information.

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Examining the Past, Modeling the Future

May 6, 2016
Joel and Kyle explore the world of crop modeling on this week’s episode of The Deal With Yield. Find out how some models can help growers make proactive decisions in the field by turning historical data into predictive forecasts. 
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Alfalfa Management 101

April 28, 2016
Beginning another round of The Deal With Yield™, hosts Joel Wipperfurth and Kyle Reiner discuss how increased management can help your dairy operation. Learn how potash is like antifreeze, and how to finally conquer the yield versus quality battle.

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Spring Into a Strong Start

March 15, 2016

On this week’s episode of The Deal With Yield™, Joel and Kyle discuss how to get your plants off to a successful start. The hosts banter about the best seed treatments and the most effective spring weed control program. Learn how Skittles® compare to different colored soybeans, and how an aluminum herbicide program could help control weeds with a pop can.

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