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  • Should We Be Using Soybean Maturity Group As A Tool For Variety Selection

    Over the last decade I have noticed a subtle shift across much of the northern soybean growing region towards planting later maturity group soybeans. This shift, either conscious or unconscious, may be attributed to earlier planting dates, relatively favorable fall harvest windows, and the drive for maximum yield as influenced by high commodity prices. As […]

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  • Fall herbicide application considerations

    As the end of harvest approaches, it’s time to start thinking about fall herbicide applications. Fall herbicide applications may save you time next spring and reduce your workload, but there are a few factors, such as weed species, to consider before deciding if it’s right for your operation. “Herbicides applied in the fall often can provide improved control […]

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  • How to sort soil fertility claims

    A university soil scientist once told me of a farmer friend who consistently padded profits by being on the leading edge of technology. In one area, though, he delved into the bleeding edge by adding magical yield-boosting fertilizers and crop additives. These products included liquid starter fertilizers more plant available  than conventional ones. He dabbled in […]

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  • Cover crops battle resistant weeds

    Think Different Plan cover crop mix for weed suppression as well as soil health. Keep costs down with lower cost cereal rye and ryegrass. Integrate herbicide program planning with cover crop planning for maximum return. Ralph Upton has cut his herbicide costs, controlled herbicide resistant marestail and waterhemp, improved soil health and reducd erosion on […]

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  • Should We Be Using Soybean Maturity Group As A Tool For Variety Selection

    Over the last decade I have noticed a subtle shift across much of the northern soybean growing region towards planting later maturity group soybeans. This shift, either conscious or unconscious, may be attributed to earlier planting dates, relatively favorable fall harvest windows, and the drive for maximum yield as influenced by high commodity prices. As […]

  • Fall herbicide application considerations

    As the end of harvest approaches, it’s time to start thinking about fall herbicide applications. Fall herbicide applications may save you time next spring and reduce your workload, but there are a few factors, such as weed species, to consider before deciding if it’s right for your operation. “Herbicides applied in the fall often can provide improved control […]

  • How to sort soil fertility claims

    A university soil scientist once told me of a farmer friend who consistently padded profits by being on the leading edge of technology. In one area, though, he delved into the bleeding edge by adding magical yield-boosting fertilizers and crop additives. These products included liquid starter fertilizers more plant available  than conventional ones. He dabbled in […]

  • Cover crops battle resistant weeds

    Think Different Plan cover crop mix for weed suppression as well as soil health. Keep costs down with lower cost cereal rye and ryegrass. Integrate herbicide program planning with cover crop planning for maximum return. Ralph Upton has cut his herbicide costs, controlled herbicide resistant marestail and waterhemp, improved soil health and reducd erosion on […]

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