RealAg Radio, April 23: Soil sensing, weed seeds, and understanding down force

Episodes:

If the U.S. corn crop were planted in two weeks, what would that work out to for seeds per second? Host Shaun Haney starts out with a shoutout to one of our listeners who has done the math on it. Then:

  • Top Ag(ronomic) News
  • Pairing soil sensing technology with planting parameters — a look at German farm equipment company Köckerling’s partnership with Austria-based Geoprospectors.
  • An update on the potential for the Harrington seed destructor.
  • The risk of iron deficiency chlorosis (IDC) in soybeans in Western Canada and the Northern Plains.
  • Evaluating nitrogen stabilizers and a throwback to a conversation on down force, with AGRIS Co-operative agronomist Dale Cowan.

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