In this episode of The Word, host Peter Johnson addresses New Year’s resolutions, spreading manure on snow, fertility, plant growth regulators, and the ongoing tillage discussion.
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- 02:10 – What should we do in 2018? Make a resolution to make a difference.
Can I get everyone’s attention real quick?
ALL CANADIAN CHICKEN MEAT IS RAISED FREE RUN (WITHOUT CAGES) AND IT HAS BEEN ILLEGAL TO FEED STEROIDS AND HORMONES TO CHICKENS SINCE THE 1950’S
(My mom got mad at me for shouting that in the middle of the restaurant tonight… Oops.)
— Sarah Sheppard (@SarahSheppdawg) December 29, 2017
- 04:17 – Do not spread manure on snow.
- 05:50 – If you’re going to leave wheat straw in a windrow with a 40′ head, and it gets wet…oh boy.
- 06:50 – What does an organic farmer do to build potassium in clay soils?
- 07:40 – What does a chicken farmer do to achieve higher yields when it seems fertility (particularly P and K) is high?
- 08:50 – What is the seed safety of Amidas fertilizer?
- 09:40 – It looks like maximum residue limits for Manipulator will be approved in the U.S. in May. What is the value of a growth regulator?
- 10:45 – Where do I find the clay content of different soils?
- 11:00 – Moving top soil from valleys to knolls — does this really work?
- 13:00 – Discussion on the ongoing tillage discussion.