DigiFarm’s Steve Riddle, a 35-year veteran in application equipment and precision ag, reviews the numerous types of RTK on the market, explains how they function and breaks down the similarities and differences, as well as the rules that all RTK providers have that determine repeatable accuracy.
This live panel is a joint presentation of ETS/Soil Warrior and ForGround by Bayer, two leaders in regenerative agriculture and preserving soil health. Experts from ETS and ForGround will lead an in-depth discussion about the benefits of integrating cover crops with strip-tillage, and how both companies support farmers who do. Plus, a farmer with firsthand knowledge of the practices will be on hand to talk about his motivations, challenges and results.
RhizoSorb® is the only proven fertilizer technology to decrease phosphorus by up to 50% and preserve yield. Learn more about RhizoSorb® technology in the upcoming digital demonstration presented by Craig Dick, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, and Brian Reineke, Director of Agronomy, from Phospholutions.
Troy Feuss, Global Hardfacing Manager of Cleveland-based Postle Industries, provides practical information to update you on hardfacing and help you select the application most appropriate for your ag equipment during this live discussion and Q&A.
Strip-Till Farmer delivers a mix of features on strip-till farmers, strip-till management topics and trending practices in strip-till. This FREE quarterly print newsletter is available to qualified subscribers in the U.S. and Canada.
On this episode of Conservation Ag Update, brought to you by CultivAce, Hickory, N.C., record-breaking no-tiller Russell Hedrick shares how he was able to decrease his soybean seeds per pound from 2,800 to under 1,400.
In the Farmer Feature segment, Hopkinton, Iowa, no-tiller Ryan Gibbs gives a crash course on how to use a refractometer to measure brix levels in corn and soybeans.
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.