Ron Brunoehler

Articles by Ron Brunoehler
Snaring Net Profits
If you limit tillage, control costs and follow a marketing plan, you're likely making more net profit than most
Soybean N Credit: Bank On It
Agronomists recommend that farmers reduce nitrogen by 40 lbs/acre on corn following soybeans vs. corn after corn.
Learn Your Lessons
John Jeschke has been yield mapping for nine years and has gained good information that he's used to enhance
Glyphosate Is Glyphosate OR IS IT?
The acreage of Roundup Ready soybeans has, of course, mushroomed and so have the number of glyphosate herbicide
Heed Weed Seed Size
When you hear weed specialists toss around the terms large-seeded weeds and small-seeded weeds, you might wonder which
Wrestling With ROUNDUP Resistance
Marestail, also called horseweed, was the first confirmed resistant broadleaf weed. Now waterhemp appears to be
High Machinery Costs Can Plow You Under
If you have lower-than-average machinery costs, it's likely you have higher-than-average profits and vice-versa. That's
Small Grains Fake Out White Mold
Tim Maloney is not exactly in winter wheat country, but he likely will increase his wheat seeding. That's because the
Do Seed Treatments Work On Rootworms?
There's been much hype in recent years about the coming introduction of transgenic corn hybrids with built-in rootworm
Cut Costs To The Bone
Even though you swear you've cut production costs to the absolute bone, you may need to slash even more. Ag economists
Recognize The RISK
If you're tempted to plant soybeans before May in the Midwest, pathologists have some advice: Consider the risk of
It's In The BAG
Over the long term, corn yields just keep edging up. It's mostly a steady, year-by-year ascent, occasionally
Genetics Keep Bean Yields Rising
It may appear as if we haven't made much progress lately in boosting U.S. soybean yields. But look further. The
PRE-Harvest Exam Yields Bevy Of Benefits
When early August rolls around, the professional farm managers at Soy Capital Ag Services head for the fields to do
Strip-Till Tops The Tests
Roy Bardole was essentially sold on strip-till for corn, even before he participated in a multi-state study that
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