As we look back at 2013, CSD continued to bring farmers ways to Think Different about the way they farm. The fall issues brought lots of opportunity for that with stories about nitrogen management, thinking like a nematode, tips for best soybean yields and varieties, weed resistance, soil tests for microbial activity and data and economic values, among others.
Check out what we've been thinking different about at Corn + Soybean Digest. From hybrid choices and rootworm battles, to scouting and corn plant quality control and a compaction Q&A, the March and April issues of CSD offered lots of opportunity to think different about the way you farm.
Tom McGraw, founder, Midwest Independent Soil Samplers, recently spoke to farmers attending the Nutrient Master Class about how to grow 300-bushel corn. He touched on crop nutrition and seed options, as well as using data to reach the 300-bushel goal....More
It's the time of year to review what we've been thinking different about at Corn + Soybean Digest. From organic matter and crop sensors to variable seeding and nitrogen tests, along with narrow rows and cover crops, the first three issues of CSD brought lots of opportunity to think different about the way you farm.
John Jackle, who farms 1,800 corn and soybean acres near Jasper, Ind., talks about Climate|Pro from The Climate Corporation. He uses it to gauge weather, and also takes advantage of the advisors available, including the harvest advisor....More