Kinze Manufacturing is launching two planter models for 2024 featuring the company’s new 5000 Series row unit that’s designed to enhance planting precision, boost productivity and reduce daily maintenance time.
Leaftech Ag's Founder and CEO John Mascoe goes over the details of the company's new handheld tissue sensor, which allows farmers and agronomists to scan leaves in the field for nutrient content and measure for 12 micro and macro nutrients in just a few minutes.
Trent Profit uses a Dawn 6000 minimum disturbance strip-till unit to variable-rate apply a prescription rate of dry fertilizer as determined by soil testing. The coulter-style strip-tiller leaves barely a trace in the field compared to the old shank-style machine he originally used.
Consider the full-system approach with strip-till and the details will make the difference. Start simple and add more and more goals each and every year, once you get comfortable. Never stop learning and adapting. And most importantly, always be improving.
In a world with skyrocketing fertilizer prices, strip-till is an attractive option for farmers looking to decrease their input costs. But making strip-till work requires a lot more than buying fewer inputs and dragging a new piece of equipment through the field.
Although he credits his time as a crop advisor for teaching him a lot about farming, Jeff Duling learned almost everything he knows about conservation practices from his dad, Bob, a true no-till pioneer.
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Kuhn Krause's focus, above all, is to continue to produce quality products to serve producers better; to strive to respond to their needs with new tools and new technology to meet their growing challenges. Agronomic practices are constantly changing, and at a faster pace now than ever.