In another installment of Yield Unsealed, our hosts Joel Wipperfurth and Jon Zuk face off about insect control. From corn rootworm infestations to aphid scouting best practices, the guys answer myth-busting questions about controlling insects.
On this episode of The Deal With Yield, Jon Zuk and Joel Wipperfurth dive into the world of in-season plant health. Tune in to hear the hosts discuss when to tissue sample, which nutrients to monitor and what to do when you discover deficiencies.
Jon Zuk and Joel Wipperfurth answer surprise True or False disease questions on this special Yield Unsealed episode of The Deal With Yield podcast. Learn about fungicide resistance, disease risk in continuous crop systems and dealing with soybean white mold.
On today’s special Yield Unsealed episode of The Deal With Yield podcast, Jon Zuk and Joel Wipperfurth take turns answering surprise True or False questions on the fly about in-season plant health and nutrition. Tune in to hear their takes on macros, micros and everything in-between.
Brad Roetman, Lab Director at Solum Labs, is back again on this episode of The Deal With Yield to continue the conversation around soil sampling. Last week, we discussed life in a soil testing lab. This week, we dive deeper into the soil testing process and cover some common questions.
On this episode of The Deal With Yield, Joel Wipperfurth and Jon Zuk are joined by Brad Roetman, Lab Director at Solum Labs, for an inside look at life in the lab. Brad shares how Solum started and their process for receiving and analyzing soil tests.
This week, our hosts Jon Zuk and Kyle Reiner are put to the test in a new “Yield Unsealed” segment on the podcast. The two take turns answering True or False questions on the fly about micronutrient myths and misconceptions. Tune in to hear their gears turn.
On this episode of The Deal With Yield, Jon Zuk is joined by Lillian Magidow, Senior Research Manager at WinField United, to discuss new spray research coming out of the Innovation Center and how it challenges current theories about dicamba drift. Plus, Jon learns the difference between red and green lasers.
Hosts Kyle Reiner and Jon Zuk continue last week’s discussion on nitrogen management. Tune in to hear why tissue sampling is as much of an art as it is science, when to skip the nutrient applications and a good model is more than just a fancy algorithm on this episode of The Deal With Yield.