RealAg Radio, April 9: Directed scouting, precision manure, and planting into unfriendly conditions

It’s a story that has impacted a nation, a world. Host Shaun Haney starts off the show with thoughts to the Humboldt Broncos family.

  • Plans for new, directed scouting services and “smart farming,” with Richard Marsh, Farmers Edge. These tools include an expansion of crop staging models; and the release of insect and disease risk prediction models.
  • Lyndsey Smith and Peter Johnson join to talk all things agronomy — cold, wet soil; seed treatments; base-zero crops; manure management; precision manure spreading; wheat yields in Australia;

Join us for RealAg Radio every weekday at 4 pm eastern on Rural Radio 147 on SiriusXM.

Send your thoughts and feedback to Shaun ([email protected]) or Kelvin ([email protected]).

Of interest:

 

RealAgriculture News Team

A team effort of RealAgriculture's videographers and editorial staff to make sure that you have the latest in what is happening in agriculture.

Trending

Soil sensor enables real-time changes to seeding rates and depths

German farm equipment company Köckerling, together with Austria-based Geoprospectors, have paired their technology to build seeding equipment designed to automatically account for variable soil conditions. The Geoprospectors' Top Soil Mapper, which is mounted on the front of a tractor (and profiled here), scans the soil and measures three main parameters from above ground: soil moisture,…Read more »

Related

Leave a Reply