The Deal With Yield - A Farming Podcast
121. Sitting Down with the Wizard of Weeds

121. Sitting Down with the Wizard of Weeds

February 21, 2020

On this episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, hosts Joel and Jon are joined by the “Wizard of Weeds,” Greg Dahl. As senior research manager at the WinField United Innovation Center, Dahl has contributed to the development of dozens of products. Listen to hear more about his role and the value of quality research to deliver tried-and-true solutions to the field.

120. Yield Unsealed: Early Season Agronomic Decisions

120. Yield Unsealed: Early Season Agronomic Decisions

February 14, 2020

The Deal With Yield® podcast is back with another installment of Yield Unsealed. On this week’s episode, Joel Wipperfurth and Corey Evans answer a smattering of early season agronomic questions, ranging from nitrogen management to plant growth rates. Tune in to test your knowledge.

119. Simplifying Soybean Weed Management

119. Simplifying Soybean Weed Management

February 7, 2020

Managing weeds in soybeans isn’t what it used to be. New products come with new regulations and making a decision can be daunting. This week on The Deal With Yield® podcast, Joel Wipperfurth and Corey Evans review the complexities of weed management in soybeans and unpack recommendations to help you find success in 2020.

118. Can You Trust Crop Models?

118. Can You Trust Crop Models?

January 31, 2020

On this week’s episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, host Joel Wipperfurth and guest host Corey Evans discuss crop modeling technology and the components of an effective crop model. Hear about their experience using models with farmers in 2019 and how insights from crop models can help take the guesswork out of in-season decision-making.

117. What We Learn from Response-To Scores

117. What We Learn from Response-To Scores

January 24, 2020

On this week’s episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, Joel Wipperfurth and Corey Evans remain focused on seed. The guys discuss why getting the most value from your seed selection stems from proper management and how response-to scores can help inform decision-making.

116. Management by Genetics

116. Management by Genetics

January 17, 2020

On this week’s episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, host Joel Wipperfurth is joined by technical seed agronomist Corey Evans for a discussion about selecting seed for 2020. The two unpack the concept of “management by genetics,” and seek to understand whether farmers should choose hybrids to match their management styles or match their management styles to the hybrids they choose. And inspired by Forrest Gump, Corey shares why seed treatments are like a bag of Skittles.

115. Yield Unsealed: Don’t Concede to Weeds

115. Yield Unsealed: Don’t Concede to Weeds

January 10, 2020

On a special Yield Unsealed episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, Joel and Jon answer True or False questions about weed management. The two dispel myths, answer commonly asked questions and dive into the science of adjuvants.

114. Trick or Treated? An Expert Take on Seed Treatments

114. Trick or Treated? An Expert Take on Seed Treatments

December 13, 2019

On this episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, Jon sits down with technical seed agronomist Corey Evans to discuss corn and soybean seed treatments. Should farmers consider the investment? The two review the data around seed treatments and discuss the common questions.

113. Don’t Just Collect Harvest Data; Use It

113. Don’t Just Collect Harvest Data; Use It

December 6, 2019

This week on The Deal With Yield® podcast, our hosts dive into the value of harvest data. The two discuss why you should gather your data and how it can be used to create a clear roadmap for the future of your operation.

112. Uncovering the Cause of Dicamba Drift

112. Uncovering the Cause of Dicamba Drift

November 22, 2019

On this episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, Jon welcomes Lillian Magidow, senior research manager at the WinField United Innovation Center, to discuss the latest drift reduction research. Learn how new insights surrounding the breakup of spray polymers are helping farmers minimize the potential for driftable fines.