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User Picture Brian Dougherty
  • 610
  • Dubuque, IA

On-Farm Production of Green Anhydrous Ammonia

 
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Producing your own anhydrous ammonia on the farm with renewable energy might seem like a pipe dream but it's about to become a reality. Fuel Positive is a Canadian company that is rolling out a containerized  system that uses air, water, and either grid-tied or renewable electri…

User Picture Kent Bennis
  • 2940
  • Delmar, Iowa

Phosphate Utilization

 
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TopYielders, Given the cost of Phosphorus this Fall, I'm looking to use PMax to increase Phosphate utilization.  What experience have you had with PMax or other Phosphate enhancing products?

User Picture Brian Dougherty
  • 610
  • Dubuque, IA

Getting the most bang for your buck with spring manure applications

 
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Spring is a good time to apply manure, especially with high fertilizer prices. Check out our latest podcast on getting the most bang for your buck with spring manure for more information. 

 

User Picture Brian Dougherty
  • 610
  • Dubuque, IA

Managing In-Season Nitrogen and Cover Crop Applications Autonomously With the Rowbot

 
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Will robotics revolutionize row-crop agriculture? Check out our podcast to learn more about the latest ag tech for managing nitrogen and cover crops in-season. 

 

User Picture Paul Carter
  • 2310
  • Polk County, Iowa

Corn (maize) managment pocket guides for sub- and tropical areas?

 
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Does anyone on the Top Yield network know of useful corn (maize) management "pocket" type guides for sub- and tropical areas?

Factors such as growth and development and insect, disease, and soil fertility scouting in pocket guide form -- such as we have available for North Ameri…

User Picture Kent Bennis
  • 2940
  • Delmar, Iowa

Crop Nutrient Alternatives

 
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https://mapi.rfdtv.com/news/getstory/12514

 

Manure has the highest value it’s ever had.  Farmers entertaining new livestock buildings in 2022 can anticipate a better ROI if commodity prices and crop nutrients stay close to these levels  What do others think?

 

User Picture Kent Bennis
  • 2940
  • Delmar, Iowa

Biological Results

 
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TopYielder's

 

I'm sure everyone has been evaluating their yield results.  What have you seen from your biological trials you had in 2021?

User Picture Darcie Gallagher
  • 430
  • Jefferson County, Nebraska

Koch Announces Cost Increase for N Stabilizers

 
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Koch Agronomic Services has announced that some of the Nitrogen Stabilizer products that they produce will increase in price. This increase is from November 1st and on, like other sectors the price increases stem back to price increases on the materials and supply chain disrupti…

User Picture Brian Dougherty
  • 610
  • Dubuque, IA

Maximizing the value of fall manure and nitrogen applications

 
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Check out the latest Engineering Your Farm podcast episode for tips on maximizing the value of fall manure and nitrogen applications. 

 

User Picture Paul Carter
  • 2310
  • Polk County, Iowa

Soybean and 2021 soil nitrates: Influence on 2022 nodulation, IDC?

 
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Growers in 2021 drought areas may be assessing how fall soil nitrate levels after corn could influence residual N supply and N fertilizer rates for 2022 corn.

But what about 2022 soybeans?

Unused soil nitrate (at levels of 80-100 lbs. N/acre or higher) could affect soybean nodul…