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  • Weed Control in Organic Soybean Farms

    By Vijayalaxmi Kinhal

    Updated Oct 24, 2020 

    Experts all agree that there is no silver bullet to control weeds in the organic cultivation of soybeans. Farmers need to use a combination of measures to keep weeds at bay in the short and long term. Soybean vs WeedsWeed control is the main problem in organic agriculture including in soybeans. It is more difficult to control weeds in soybeans because of their compact foliage, which takes longer than grain crops to produce an interlocking canopy that shades inter-row area... For example, common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album), sunflower (Helianthus annuus), and yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) can reduce the germination of soybeans by 40-90%...

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    Prevented Planting? Cover Crops Offer a Silver Lining

    By Laura Barrera

    Published Jul 18, 2019 

    Wet conditions across the country forced many farmers to forgo their plans for the season and take prevented planting payments instead. The USDA says that as of July 8, 2019, its paid roughly $184 million in claims for prevented planting because of floods and excess moisture... Carlson suggests using a mix of cowpeas, buckwheat and radish, with total seeds not exceeding 900,000 per acre and cowpeas making up a third to half of the mix... “Whether those are summer broadleaves like cowpeas and buckwheat, or late fall broadleaves, which would be crimson clover, radish and turnips... But if you’re seeing yellowing around the leaves, then there’s probably some herbicide injury, and you’ll have to wait and see if the cover crop dies...

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    Soil Farmers of the Year 2018

    By Direct Driller Magazine

    Published Jan 19, 2019 

    FARM WALKS WITH THE SOIL FARMERS OF THE YEAR 2018The winners of the FCCT Soil Farmer of the Year competition opened their gates over four days and provided a veritable masterclass in managing soils. Spanning a range of soil types, management systems and enterprises, attending farmers gained insights into their award winning management and a better understanding as to why these farms had been picked as the top three in this year’s competition. The Soil Farmer of the Year Competition, now in its third year, is run by the Farm Carbon Cutting Toolkit and Innovation for Agriculture... Simon explains – “In a normal situation, the wheat would just go all yellow and be hopeless without Nitrogen, but its looked quite decent all year... Angus explained the process that he had gone through over the last three years of using cover crops; starting out using a basic mix of oats, phacelia and buckwheat, gradually adding other species including sunflowers, peas, millet and vetches to create a diverse mix...

    Categories: Cover Crops

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    Efficient plant hormones Brassinolide

    By Sophia Cheng

    Published Jul 27 

    24-epibrassinolide is a new kind of green plant growth regulator, which can promote the growth of vegetables, melons, fruits and other crops, improve the quality, increase the yield, bright color, and thicker leaves. It can also make the leaf picking time of tea earlier, also can make melon and fruit contain more sugar, larger individual, higher yield, more resistant to storage. Applicable crops:Fruit trees: lychee longan orange apple pear grape peach loquat plum apricot strawberry banana,use period: the beginning of the flowering stage of the fruit expansion stage. Vegetable kind: tomato eggplant wait for solanaceae kind,use period: seedling stage, flowering stage, post-fruiting stageMelons: watermelon, melon, cantaloupe, cucumber, etc,use period: seedling stage, flowering stage, post-fruiting stageRoot class: carrots and so on,use period:seedling stage fleshy root formation stageBeans: peas and peas, etc,use period:seedling stage flowering stage pod bearing stage24-epibrassinolide is suitable for food crops, cash crops, vegetables and fruits, etc... Practical effect:It has the following functions: rooting, promoting growth, raising seedlings, strengthening seedlings, preserving seedlings, turning green leaves of yellow leaf disease, promoting fertilization, preserving flowers and fruits, promoting fruit enlargement and early maturity, reducing diseases and relieving diseases, coordinating nutrient balance, resisting drought and cold, reducing pesticide residues in crops, and enhancing crop stress resistance...

    Categories: Ag Commentary, Agribusiness, Cover Crops

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    How much do you know about 24-Epi-brassinolide 0.01%SP?

    By Sophia Cheng

    Published Jun 1 

    24-epibrassinolide 0. 01% SP is a new kind of green plant growth regulator, which can promote the #growth of vegetables, melons, fruits and other crops, improve the quality, increase the yield, bright color, and thicker leaves. It can also make the leaf picking time of tea earlier, also can make melon and fruit contain more sugar, larger individual, higher yield, more resistant to storage... Vegetable kind: tomato eggplant wait for solanaceae kind,use period: seedling stage, flowering stage, post-fruiting stageMelons: watermelon, melon, cantaloupe, cucumber, etc,use period: seedling stage, flowering stage, post-fruiting stageRoot class: carrots and so on,use period:seedling stage fleshy root formation stageBeans: peas and peas, etc,use period:seedling stage flowering stage pod bearing stage24-epibrassinolide 0... Practical effect:It has the following functions: rooting, promoting growth, raising seedlings, strengthening seedlings, preserving seedlings, turning green leaves of yellow leaf disease, promoting fertilization, preserving flowers and fruits, promoting fruit enlargement and early maturity, reducing diseases and relieving diseases, coordinating nutrient balance, resisting drought and cold, reducing pesticide residues in crops, and enhancing crop stress resistance...

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    Plant-Based Protein Market: Key Players and Forecast

    By Mit K

    Published Mar 9 

    The global plant-based protein market size is projected to grow from USD 10. 3 billion in 2020 to USD 15. 6 billion by 2026, in terms of value, recording a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7... Pea protein is derived and extracted in powder from yellow split peas... They are sourced sustainably from peas, lentils, and fava beans, which can generally comprise up to 80% of protein content...

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    Pea Protein Market: Business Opportunities and Global Industry Analysis

    By Rupali Patil

    Published Jan 31 

    According to the report Pea Protein Market by Type (Isolates, Concentrates, and Textured), Form (Dry and Wet), Source (Yellow split peas, Lentils, and Chickpeas), Application, and Region (North America, Europe, APAC, South America and RoW) - Global Forecast to 2026, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the market for pea protein is estimated at USD 844 million in 2021; it is projected to grow at a CAGR of 13. 5% to reach USD 1,588 million by 2026. The pea protein market is primarily dominated by the North American and European markets that host a large production and consumer base. In this instance, Canada is the world's largest producer of dry peas and legumes, with a strong export capacity of 85% of its total production... The yellow split pea proteins source is estimated to account for the largest market share in the global pea protein marketYellow split peas are primarily consumed in the North American and European regions, where the large manufacturer base and subsequent product market have helped improve the outlook of consumers for the use of yellow split peas in the region...

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    Michel Mercier: Peas as an Agronomic Weeding Tool

    By Direct Driller Magazine

    Published Aug 24, 2018 

    From Direct Driller Magazine: Issue 2Written by Frédéric ThomasLike many farmers, Michel Mercier first got into direct drilling based on the economic savings it offered... Rather than simply give up on his zero-till journey Michel sought alternatives through agronomic rather than mechanical change, growing peas between wheat and OSR creating a double break in his rotation... Growing Peas after the wheat crop allows enough time for a cover crop to be established further helping increase Michel’s soil organic matter levels and biological diversity... Finally, because of this sequence, he also finds a higher nitrogen availability which to some extent compensates for the lower margin of the peas in this more diverse rotation meaning that the overall rotation margin is little changed financially... Using Peas as an Agronomic Weeding Tool (Direct Driller Issue 2 - Article 17) Michel Mercier: Using Peas as an Agronomic Weeding Tool [ATTACH] Written by Frédéric Thomas, TCS Magazine No...

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    Light Yellow Powder 100% Soluble Amino Acid

    By Kathy Humate

    Published Feb 28, 2021 

    100 % water soluble amino acid powder Technical Data SheetName of Product: Compound amino acid powder Formulation Type: Percentage of raw materialsAmino acid : 30% 40%,50%,60%, 70 %,80%Source soybean vegetal source or animal fur originMoisture 5 %maxAppearance light yellow powderType of Packing: 1, 5, 10, 20,25 kg bagsProposal Usage: 1. Spray foliar fertilizer 1~2kg/acre,600~800times dilution,drip irrigation 3~5kg/acre,200~300times dilution. Base fertilizer 10~15kg/acre2. Mix it with pesticides,which will enhance the function with each other3. Please spray it before 10am or after 4pm so that the plant will have the best absorption...

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    cover cropping with triticale ,hairy vetch and cow peas late fall?

    By Brady Shortell

    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?

    Categories: Organic Specialty Crops, Cover Crops

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  • Rauf K. Issah Ghana, Greater Accra Region, Accra

    Business Title: Doruk Technology
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, MANUFACTURING NUT MACHINES
    About: We are manufacturer nuts roasting systems. Many years of experience in the industrial processing of nuts: Almonds,Pistachio, Peanut, Cashew, Hazelnut, Pecan, Pumpkin seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Chickpeas and more are treated with great care.Our aim is roasting nuts to make it more tastier.We offer our customer turnkey Project of nuts roasting systems; Roasting Ovens, Dryers and more.
    Interests: Purchasing, News, Agribusiness, Farm Management, Human Resources, Projects, Tools, Tree Nuts, Timber, Tobacco

    Mick Humphries Australia, New South Wales, Moree

    Job Title: Farmer
    About: I'm a third generation farmer from the Moree area, Australia. Irrigated cotton is my main crop, however I also grow some wheat,barley,chick peas and sorghum as well.
    Interests: Cotton, Wheat, Sorghum, Cover Crops, Precision Agriculture, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness

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  • Weed Control in Organic Soybean Farms

    By Vijayalaxmi Kinhal

    Updated Oct 24, 2020 

    Experts all agree that there is no silver bullet to control weeds in the organic cultivation of soybeans. Farmers need to use a combination of measures to keep weeds at bay in the short and long term. Soybean vs WeedsWeed control is the main problem in organic agriculture including in soybeans. It is more difficult to control weeds in soybeans because of their compact foliage, which takes longer than grain crops to produce an interlocking canopy that shades inter-row area... For example, common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album), sunflower (Helianthus annuus), and yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) can reduce the germination of soybeans by 40-90%...

    Categories: Crop Protection, Soybeans, Organic Row Crops

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    Prevented Planting? Cover Crops Offer a Silver Lining

    By Laura Barrera

    Published Jul 18, 2019 

    Wet conditions across the country forced many farmers to forgo their plans for the season and take prevented planting payments instead. The USDA says that as of July 8, 2019, its paid roughly $184 million in claims for prevented planting because of floods and excess moisture... Carlson suggests using a mix of cowpeas, buckwheat and radish, with total seeds not exceeding 900,000 per acre and cowpeas making up a third to half of the mix... “Whether those are summer broadleaves like cowpeas and buckwheat, or late fall broadleaves, which would be crimson clover, radish and turnips... But if you’re seeing yellowing around the leaves, then there’s probably some herbicide injury, and you’ll have to wait and see if the cover crop dies...

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    Soil Farmers of the Year 2018

    By Direct Driller Magazine

    Published Jan 19, 2019 

    FARM WALKS WITH THE SOIL FARMERS OF THE YEAR 2018The winners of the FCCT Soil Farmer of the Year competition opened their gates over four days and provided a veritable masterclass in managing soils. Spanning a range of soil types, management systems and enterprises, attending farmers gained insights into their award winning management and a better understanding as to why these farms had been picked as the top three in this year’s competition. The Soil Farmer of the Year Competition, now in its third year, is run by the Farm Carbon Cutting Toolkit and Innovation for Agriculture... Simon explains – “In a normal situation, the wheat would just go all yellow and be hopeless without Nitrogen, but its looked quite decent all year... Angus explained the process that he had gone through over the last three years of using cover crops; starting out using a basic mix of oats, phacelia and buckwheat, gradually adding other species including sunflowers, peas, millet and vetches to create a diverse mix...

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    Efficient plant hormones Brassinolide

    By Sophia Cheng

    Published Jul 27 

    24-epibrassinolide is a new kind of green plant growth regulator, which can promote the growth of vegetables, melons, fruits and other crops, improve the quality, increase the yield, bright color, and thicker leaves. It can also make the leaf picking time of tea earlier, also can make melon and fruit contain more sugar, larger individual, higher yield, more resistant to storage. Applicable crops:Fruit trees: lychee longan orange apple pear grape peach loquat plum apricot strawberry banana,use period: the beginning of the flowering stage of the fruit expansion stage. Vegetable kind: tomato eggplant wait for solanaceae kind,use period: seedling stage, flowering stage, post-fruiting stageMelons: watermelon, melon, cantaloupe, cucumber, etc,use period: seedling stage, flowering stage, post-fruiting stageRoot class: carrots and so on,use period:seedling stage fleshy root formation stageBeans: peas and peas, etc,use period:seedling stage flowering stage pod bearing stage24-epibrassinolide is suitable for food crops, cash crops, vegetables and fruits, etc... Practical effect:It has the following functions: rooting, promoting growth, raising seedlings, strengthening seedlings, preserving seedlings, turning green leaves of yellow leaf disease, promoting fertilization, preserving flowers and fruits, promoting fruit enlargement and early maturity, reducing diseases and relieving diseases, coordinating nutrient balance, resisting drought and cold, reducing pesticide residues in crops, and enhancing crop stress resistance...

    Categories: Ag Commentary, Agribusiness, Cover Crops

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    How much do you know about 24-Epi-brassinolide 0.01%SP?

    By Sophia Cheng

    Published Jun 1 

    24-epibrassinolide 0. 01% SP is a new kind of green plant growth regulator, which can promote the #growth of vegetables, melons, fruits and other crops, improve the quality, increase the yield, bright color, and thicker leaves. It can also make the leaf picking time of tea earlier, also can make melon and fruit contain more sugar, larger individual, higher yield, more resistant to storage... Vegetable kind: tomato eggplant wait for solanaceae kind,use period: seedling stage, flowering stage, post-fruiting stageMelons: watermelon, melon, cantaloupe, cucumber, etc,use period: seedling stage, flowering stage, post-fruiting stageRoot class: carrots and so on,use period:seedling stage fleshy root formation stageBeans: peas and peas, etc,use period:seedling stage flowering stage pod bearing stage24-epibrassinolide 0... Practical effect:It has the following functions: rooting, promoting growth, raising seedlings, strengthening seedlings, preserving seedlings, turning green leaves of yellow leaf disease, promoting fertilization, preserving flowers and fruits, promoting fruit enlargement and early maturity, reducing diseases and relieving diseases, coordinating nutrient balance, resisting drought and cold, reducing pesticide residues in crops, and enhancing crop stress resistance...

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    Plant-Based Protein Market: Key Players and Forecast

    By Mit K

    Published Mar 9 

    The global plant-based protein market size is projected to grow from USD 10. 3 billion in 2020 to USD 15. 6 billion by 2026, in terms of value, recording a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7... Pea protein is derived and extracted in powder from yellow split peas... They are sourced sustainably from peas, lentils, and fava beans, which can generally comprise up to 80% of protein content...

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    Pea Protein Market: Business Opportunities and Global Industry Analysis

    By Rupali Patil

    Published Jan 31 

    According to the report Pea Protein Market by Type (Isolates, Concentrates, and Textured), Form (Dry and Wet), Source (Yellow split peas, Lentils, and Chickpeas), Application, and Region (North America, Europe, APAC, South America and RoW) - Global Forecast to 2026, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the market for pea protein is estimated at USD 844 million in 2021; it is projected to grow at a CAGR of 13. 5% to reach USD 1,588 million by 2026. The pea protein market is primarily dominated by the North American and European markets that host a large production and consumer base. In this instance, Canada is the world's largest producer of dry peas and legumes, with a strong export capacity of 85% of its total production... The yellow split pea proteins source is estimated to account for the largest market share in the global pea protein marketYellow split peas are primarily consumed in the North American and European regions, where the large manufacturer base and subsequent product market have helped improve the outlook of consumers for the use of yellow split peas in the region...

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    Michel Mercier: Peas as an Agronomic Weeding Tool

    By Direct Driller Magazine

    Published Aug 24, 2018 

    From Direct Driller Magazine: Issue 2Written by Frédéric ThomasLike many farmers, Michel Mercier first got into direct drilling based on the economic savings it offered... Rather than simply give up on his zero-till journey Michel sought alternatives through agronomic rather than mechanical change, growing peas between wheat and OSR creating a double break in his rotation... Growing Peas after the wheat crop allows enough time for a cover crop to be established further helping increase Michel’s soil organic matter levels and biological diversity... Finally, because of this sequence, he also finds a higher nitrogen availability which to some extent compensates for the lower margin of the peas in this more diverse rotation meaning that the overall rotation margin is little changed financially... Using Peas as an Agronomic Weeding Tool (Direct Driller Issue 2 - Article 17) Michel Mercier: Using Peas as an Agronomic Weeding Tool [ATTACH] Written by Frédéric Thomas, TCS Magazine No...

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    Light Yellow Powder 100% Soluble Amino Acid

    By Kathy Humate

    Published Feb 28, 2021 

    100 % water soluble amino acid powder Technical Data SheetName of Product: Compound amino acid powder Formulation Type: Percentage of raw materialsAmino acid : 30% 40%,50%,60%, 70 %,80%Source soybean vegetal source or animal fur originMoisture 5 %maxAppearance light yellow powderType of Packing: 1, 5, 10, 20,25 kg bagsProposal Usage: 1. Spray foliar fertilizer 1~2kg/acre,600~800times dilution,drip irrigation 3~5kg/acre,200~300times dilution. Base fertilizer 10~15kg/acre2. Mix it with pesticides,which will enhance the function with each other3. Please spray it before 10am or after 4pm so that the plant will have the best absorption...

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    Early Blight & Late Blight | How to distinguish

    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... As the lesions expand, the spots appear yellow halos...

    Categories: Irrigation, Organic Row Crops, Wheat

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  • cover cropping with triticale ,hairy vetch and cow peas late fall?

    By Brady Shortell

    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?

    Categories: Organic Specialty Crops, Cover Crops

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  • Posted By Garrett Smith
    May 15 

    The home garden, looking good, has 360 onions(white red, and yellow) 9, 115foot rows of corn and pole beans, and 5 115' rows of potatoes, red and white. 300 tomato plants, squash, okra, carrots, peas, collards, cabbage, bush beans, radish, cucumbers lemon, pickling, and straight eight, cilantro, chilies, and bell peppers.. baling hay next week, and I'm supposed to go to the beach in 2 weeks.lol
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    Posted By Mit K
    Mar 9 

    https://agfuse.com/article/plant-based-protein-market-key-players-and-forecast
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    Posted By Rupali Patil
    Jan 31 

    https://agfuse.com/article/pea-protein-market-business-opportunities-and-global-industry-analysis

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    Posted By Direct Driller Magazine
    Aug 24, 2018 

    https://agfuse.com/article/michel-mercier-peas-as-an-agronomic-weeding-tool
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    Posted By Corn Growers Group
    Jun 20, 2019 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/corn/what-s-causing-yellow-and-purple-corn
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    Posted By Gary Marsh
    Jun 1, 2020 

    https://www.growingproduce.com/vegetables/field-scouting-guide-yellow-foxtail/
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    Posted By Brady Shortell
    Oct 18, 2020 

    https://agfuse.com/question/cover-cropping-with-triticale-hairy-vetch-and-cow-peas-late-fall
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    Posted By Cotton News
    Mar 2, 2021 

    https://www.farmprogress.com/cotton/those-yellow-green-traps-are-still-important-cotton
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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Sep 18, 2019 

    https://www.no-tillfarmer.com/articles/9127-early-yellowing-in-soybeans-may-point-to-soybean-cyst-nematode
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    Posted By Rick Foster
    Dec 5, 2021 

    https://www.growingproduce.com/crop-protection/field-scouting-guide-yellow-nutsedge/

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