We had a blast out in the field yesterday with the crew from Roc-Pit Equipment, giving this Maschio Gaspardo CHRONO 924 24row high-speed planter a run in the field. The seed placement on this machine is incredible!
It's an excellent day for delivering equipment in sunny OHIO! Massive shout out to CHE Inc. for the sale and delivery of the CHRONO 916, a high-speed precision seeder by Maschio. This beauty offers high productivity, high speed, precision and reliability. All combined into one machine.
GIGANTE PRESSURE is a pneumatic seed drill for direct seeding with a hydraulic folding frame. It is characterized by a semi-mounted folding frame with a 2-point hitch available in 13.1 -19.7 ft widths, up to 40-row versions. It is ideal for seeding crops such as cereals, soybeans, canola and forages.
Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions - Learn about the agronomics impacts of row spacing on a wheat crop with Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions' agronomy research extension specialist, Jeremy Boychyn.
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ARTIGLIO has the classic "wave"-shaped frame construction that delivers excellent soil flow even when dealing with a lot of residues, thus avoiding blockages. The high ground clearance of 33.8 inches allows the 1,4 inches-thick tines with tungsten carbide coated tips and wings to work the soil down to a depth of up to 21.6 inches.
It's a perfect fit for medium-large farmers requiring working widths ranging from 8.2 ft with 5 tines to 16.4 ft with 11 tines.
The robust construction of the implement means you can work with complete peace of mind on even the toughest soils.
"The United States leads all countries for the number of weed species identified as resistant to herbicides. Wheat and corn top the list of crops affected with the most unique herbicide resistant weed cases in the world. . . . So, as more and more weeds develop herbicide resistance and weather conditions trend towards hot and dry summers, there is a need to rethink weed control practices in various crops. Diversifying weed control to include seed destruction and other techniques could reduce the overall soil weed seedbank and minimize emergence throughout the summer season."
The benefits of improving surface drainage of your fields don't get clearer than this.
Right side of the road the field is a write off due to a wet start to the season drowning the crop and the others side has been OptiSurface Landformed is drained perfectly with a nice crop. See more examples here:
"Maintain biodiversity. So that can be either introducing cover crops, changing your rotation, using different cultivars, or anything like that. You also want to maintain soil cover. So decreasing soil disturbance. Like I said if you can decrease tillage, great. If you can't, that may not be an option. But try to minimize soil disturbance whenever possible. Maximize soil cover. Try to keep something over the top of the soil at all times. Again, integrating livestock if you can, but also trying to maintain continual living roots as long as you possibly can, because those plant roots are a huge source of carbon, both shelter and food for microorganisms."
"Water shortages and restrictions left many irrigated producers with the often unfamiliar challenge of managing fallow cropland on these idled fields, and near-term outlooks predict that dry fallow will continue on a meaningful number of acres into 2022 and beyond. With that in mind, I would like to share some observations on what I think have been successful management strategies ... ."
"In general, for a revenue policy (RP) a producer selects the percent of average yield they would like to insure -- usually between 50 and 75 percent although in some areas it can be as high as 85 percent. In addition, producers can choose an RP that has a harvest price option or one with a harvest price exclusion. If producers choose insurance with the harvest price option RMA will calculate their guaranteed revenue for insurance purposes using the higher of either the harvest price or the initial guaranteed price. Producers who choose RP with the harvest price exclusion will not benefit from higher harvest prices compared to the initial guaranteed price, but they also will pay less for crop insurance."
"The project goal is to develop a Cereal Pest Aid system that will automatically identify both pest insects and beneficial insects in wheat and other crops based on images submitted by individual's cellphone. To successfully develop the program, they need your help in collecting large numbers of both pest and beneficial insect photographs observed in cereal cropping systems throughout the region."
This product is proven by the Irrigation Research Foundation in Yuma, Colorado to relieve compaction and increase water management. Good soil = Healthy plants. Healthy plants = Increased yield. Increased yield = More money for you.
Investment: 15oz/acre = $6.13/acre
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"Our study showed that that 10-inch tall stubble, which is a mixture of standing and flat, which is pretty much what the farmers are practicing now, is probably the best management practice for storing water in fallow." https://smallgrains.wsu.edu/wsu-wheat-beat-episode-114
"The first order of business is to document the damage (i.e., pictures of crop or livestock losses, burned fence, receipts of repair work, etc.). This information is going to be needed to apply for any of the various Farm Service Agency programs below that can assist with loss caused by fire. ... Also, weeds like to come in after a fire."