EN// Beginning of September our colleague Burcu Belge (Area manager Europe) visited some Lithuanian corn farmers together with our distributor in the Baltic country.
They discussed about importance of foliar applications and #biostimulants on maize and results of codamin B-Mo and codafol maximus 8-11-3 product applications.
Application of these Coda products in V6 helped to maize to have a better pollination, more grain rows per cob, full fill all grains, get bigger cobs and observed early maturation on grains compared to other products applied maize cobs.
One more Coda success this time in agricultural crops.
ES// A principios de septiembre, nuestra compa era Burcu Belge ( rea m nager Europa) visit varios productores de ma z lituanos junto con nuestro distribuidor en el pa s b ltico.
Hablaron sobre la importancia de las aplicaciones foliares y especialmente de la aplicaci n de #bioestimulantes en ma z, y comentaron los resultados de las aplicaciones de productos Coda como codamin B-Mo y codafol maximus 8-11-3 en este cultivo.
La aplicaci n de estos productos Coda en V6 ayud al ma z a tener una mejor polinizaci n, m s filas de granos por mazorca, llenar completamente todos los granos, obtener mazorcas m s grandes y una maduraci n temprana de los granos en comparaci n con otros productos aplicados en ma z.
I grow sweet corn and had a planter built especially for that with 28-inch rows instead of the customary 30-inch rows. The population is 20,400 and the hybrid has some flex to it. The ears grow very large and the closer rows create a better canopy, something that is always challenging with sweet corn verses field corn. If anyone grows sweet corn please let me know your population and row spacing. Thank you!
Getting calves started on feed effectively and as soon as possible after weaning is critical to set them up for success as they develop into market or breeding animals. Tune in to this week's #CowTipTuesday as Erika Lundy-Woolfolk, SW IA Beef Specialist, gives a few tips to do just that.
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Interesting infiltration demo at a recent cover crop field day event at the Northeast Research and Demonstration Farm near Nashua, IA. 2" of water added in 5 minutes. 1st year strip till with multispecies V5 interseed cover crop in continuous corn (left) 1st year strip till no cover crop in continuous corn (center) 12 years no till + cereal fall cereal rye cover in corn-soy rotation (right). Big difference in infiltration. Management matters!
Ever wondered about how to diversify your farming operation? For some inspiration, check out the latest Engineering Your Farm podcast about bringing diversity back to the farm with the Stock Cropper system.