High-speed planters have taken the ag industry by storm in recent years.
Farm Journal agronomist Ken Ferrie has another tip on scouting your farm from above.
Many farmers in the south are already dusting off their planters, and farmers in the north will be doing the same in a few short weeks.
A 200-bu.-per-acre corn crop consumes 330 lb. to 350 lb. of nitrogen per acre. Know your soil’s nitrogen-supplying power to fine-tune application rates.
On Farm Journal College TV, Ken Ferrie, Farm Journal agronomist, takes a look at the pinch row planting, and gives suggestions to consider while wrapping up harvest.
It's important to observe soil health and tissue health, because it might not be copied from one to the other.
Determine how your crop is maturing and when it will dry down by getting into fields, Farm Journal associate field agronomist Missy Bauer tells Corn College TV Season 3.