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Interest: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Organic Row Crops, Agribusiness
By Sam Baker
Published Apr 25, 2020
ag/uav) announced the launch of its long-awaited fully remote, on-demand UAV Service – a custom flight service to assist farmers by providing fast, cost-effective UAV flights and machine learning analysis... Farmers can easily place a no-obligation order in under 5 minutes with the fly-out occurring in 3-5 days. Customers are billed at flight time... Users can optionally easily link their John Deere Operations Center or Climate FieldView accounts for more streamlined information flow for free... The Ag-Analytics On-Demand UAV Service allows farmers to easily order UAV flights and custom analytics without even leaving the office,” says Josh Woodard, CEO of Ag-Analytics...
By Kathy Humate
Published Feb 28
water soluble shiny flake potassium humate from high leonardite source,it contained high fulvic acid,humic acid,and organic matter,good solubility with high purity. Name of Product: Humic and Fulvic acidFormulation Type: Percentage of raw materialsl Humic acid (dry basis): 60% l Potassium oxide(k2o): 10%~12%l Fulvic acid : 10%~15%,25~50%l Source Leonardite Appearance Black brown powder or flakeUsage Rate: Soil application: 8~12kg/ha/time,or 5% of total blend. I. e. Irrigation:8~12kg/haFoliar spray application:5-8kg/ha with dilution rate of 1:600-800,2-3times during seedling stage and growth stage,It can be mixed with most nutrient solutions and pesticides...
By Sam Baker
Published Feb 21, 2020
Farm Flight’s goal is to help farmers mitigate risk when making these crucial decisions with the use of machine learning and drone technology... One of the many services that Farm Flight can offer to farmers are stand counts... With a simple 20 minute flight, farmers can find out exactly how many plants they have growing in their fields and can plan accordingly... To see the different solutions that we can offer to agricultural workers visit farmflightaz. com or give us an email at farmflightaz@gmail...
Published May 11, 2020
Hi. My name is Will Vourlas, and I live on hundred feet by hundred fifty feet, most of which is house. I use cover crops on my land, but mostly in the fall and winter, using a mix of bell beans, fava, vetch, oats, peas... So I was asking myself, shall I dig up an old photo or take one that is current?This is my mother's day flower bed. Wildflowers can be cover crop too!wcv...
Categories: Cover Crops
By Jay Parsons
Published Oct 12
Join us tomorrow night October 12, 2021 at 7:00 PM CDT. Farm Flock Economics - Registration LinkPresenter: Bridger Feuz, University of WyomingHost:Dr. Jay Parsons, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska-LincolnDescription:Keeping track of things is an important but tall task sometimes in the life of a sheep producer. This webinar will discuss some of the essential records for making good management decisions. We will also look at useful economic tools to help make good decisions focused on farm flocks...
Published Sep 8
James Hebert about the Dietary Inflammatory Index™ (DII®), what it measures, how it helps people live healthier lives and how food can be used as an anti-inflammatory aid... James Hébert on the effects of inflammatory diets on health in the commercial markets... Hébert is the inventor of the Dietary Inflammatory Index™ and through the company, offers a growing variety of products and services to combat dietary inflammation and improve health and wellness. Their goal is to reduce chronic inflammation and improve overall health for the entire world’s population. As such, they are developing a suite of proprietary tools to educate individuals about the epidemic of inflammation and help them make better decisions about food...
Categories: Ag Commentary
By Darren Chan
Published Sep 3, 2019
Importance of healthy rootsFirst, they anchor the plant in place, resisting the forces of wind and running water or mudflow. Secondly, the root system takes in oxygen, water and nutrients from the soil, to move them up through the plant to the stems, leaves, and blooms. where they can interact with sunlight to produce sugars and energy for the plant. Last but not least, scientists have recently discovered that roots actually secrete compounds that affect the microorganisms in the soil, which can help protect the plants from disease and encourage it to absorb nutrients from the soil... And promotes root growth, flowering, and fruit set...
By Darren Chan
Published Sep 20, 2018
Rose,so romantic and lovely. It is really a pleasure to plant roses. Today when you come to your beloved rose bushes, you are surprised to find that your lovely roses are covered by a dusting of white powder on buds,stems and leaves... When the disease is mild,the growth of rose would be weakened, the young leaves are distorted and deformed,and the flower posture grows irregular, which affects the growth and loss of ornamental value. When the disease occurs severely, it causes early deciduous leaves of rose, deformity or incomplete opening of flower buds, and consecutive diseases make the branches of rose wither or the whole plant die, seriously affecting its quality and yield...
By Jenny Hoo
Published Sep 13, 2019
Pineapple pineapple cultivation Of late, the talk of the town seems to be revolving around the planting of MD2 pineapple. The questions is, why is this MD2 pineapple so popular?Pineapple is known to contain highest amount of vitamin C among all various types of fruits. It also contains a fair amount of magnesium, calcium, potassium and iron and develops a bromelin, of which is a type of enzyme... It can also be planted on flat land without having the slopes... Valleser in his paper titled “Planting Density Influenced the Fruit Mass and Yield of ‘Sensuous’ Pineapple”, he compared the effects of planting density on the fruit mass and the yields of the fruit in different densities...
By Darren Chan
Published Sep 17, 2019
Early blight and late blight are the most common diseases on tomato & potato. They usually take huge losses to farmers. Although the names of the two diseases are the only one-word difference, some growers do not know exactly about the difference between early blight and late blight. First, we need to how to recognize their symptoms... Fruit spots rot at the stem and radiate from the attachment area between the flower and the fruit...
By Anonymous Member
Published Feb 25
Published Oct 18, 2020
Looking at planting triticale with hairy vetch and cow peas for a cover crop next year for a cash crop or corn to be planted late May 2021 using a roller crimper to terminate the cover crop before plant. It’s October 18th, I won’t be able to plant until the 22nd. Night time temps have fluctuated from mid 30s to high 20s no consistency yet. Some nights stay closer to 40. Highs are in the 70s and 80s. Am I too late for any of my covers? Any suggestions on planting rates? Will triticale terminate properly if I follow the method used for Rye, waiting until the entire field is dropping pollen?