On this episode of The Deal With Yield®, host Joel Wipperfurth welcomes agronomist Mark Glady to discuss best management practices for spray applications, taking into account new technologies in the marketplace. Listen for tips on everything from picking the right nozzle for the job to ensuring a successful tank mix and tank clean-out.
On this episode of the Deal With Yield®, host Kyle Reiner and agronomist Jason Hanson discuss in-season management for spring wheat and the impact these practices can have on yield. Tune in to hear Hanson’s tips for getting plants off to a strong start with plant growth regulators, assessing nutrient needs using tissue samples and making timely herbicide and fungicide applications to optimize yield potential. Kyle and Jason also look at the differences in wheat production in the Upper Midwest versus overseas.
On this episode of the Deal With Yield®, hosts Joel and Kyle continue their conversation on how to incorporate last year’s insights into the 2017 season. Learn what proavtice and reactive decisions farmers should be making, the importance of starting clean and staying clean, and why data quality is so important to Answer Plot crews.
On this episode of the Deal With Yield®, hosts Joel and Kyle examine last year’s data to help farmers make key decisions for the 2017 season. Listen for the top trends that influenced yield in 2016 and how farmers can adjust their management practices this year. Joel and Kyle also provide a few words of caution to listeners planning to apply starter fertilizer to their soybeans.
Following up on last week’s episode of The Deal With Yield®, host Kyle Reiner and guest Randy Welch dig into HarvXtra® alfalfa management practices and discuss ways growers can incorporate the trait into their operations. Find out what growers are saying about this new technology and why it’s being compared to rebar in concrete. Also, tune in to get the latest on forage grower events coming up this summer.
On this episode of The Deal With Yield®, host Kyle Reiner welcomes Randy Welch, CROPLAN® national alfalfa agronomist, to discuss HarvXtra® alfalfa and what this revolutionary technology can do for growers. Tune in to learn how the trait works and how it gives farmers control over the yield-versus-quality tradeoff with a more flexible cutting schedule.
Following up last week’s episode of the Deal With Yield®, host Joel Wipperfurth and guest Ray Pigati continue their in-depth discussion of the RoundUp Ready® Xtend Crop System. Learn what makes this new technology different, how to steward it properly and why labels are the law. Before the growing season begins, tune in to hear the 7 different keys to success, like the right nozzles, speed and more.
On this season opener of The Deal With Yield®, host Joel Wipperfurth and guest Ray Pigati, WinField United Crop Protection Technical Marketing Specialist, kick off their in-depth discussion of the RoundUp Ready® Xtend Crop System. Get a look into the rapidly changing approval process of this new technology, like the need for each state to approve the label. Learn how to manage multiple sites of action to prevent herbicide resistance and how variety selection can lead to the specific herbicide you should use.
On the season finale of The Deal With Yield®, hosts Joel and Kyle wrap up how the agriculture industry has shifted this year, and look ahead to changes on the horizon. Find out what consolidation in the industry, both from basic manufacturers and farm operations, means for you as a listener. Also tune in to hear their response to an audience question, and where the new Silicon Valley is located.
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On this episode of The Deal With Yield®, hosts Joel and Kyle explain the importance of demanding quality data so you can get the most value from it. Learn why not all data is created equal, how inaccuracies during manual upload can negatively impact your operation and how to spot average versus valid data. Also tune in to hear their response to an audience question about the difference between providers.