Forage Options for Freeze-Damaged Wheat In April some parts of Kansas froze, froze to the point of damage occurring to winter wheat, and as time passes the damage is becoming more and more apparent. And because of the situation many growers are being forced to make the difficult decision between keeping the wheat crop to…

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Techniques You Can Use to Improve Your Drainage Pt. 2 An investment of some time and land that could benefit your farms drainage, a woodchip bioreactor, as a way of removing nitrates from your soil. Bioreactors have been subject to many studies in Illinois and have proven removal of nitrates from your water. A woodchip…

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Techniques You Can use to Improve Your Drainage In farm draining and tiling there are new kinds of methods to control how much water is in your fields. Decades ago farmers began to test new and different ways of controlling water amounts in their fields, and one of them were early drainage systems. They assisted…

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You and Your Soil All crops of have a certain pH level for the soil it’s currently growing in that will be idea for that crop to grow, and in many cases won’t grow at all if the current pH level is too uncomfortable for the certain crop.  Soil Acidity Factors Rainfall Rain is one…

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What is The Most Popular Cover Crop? There are all sorts of cover crops and some are better in certain situations than others, but according to the 2020 Cover Crop Benchmark Study shows that Cereal Rye was the top competitor with a whopping 64% of farmers utilizing it in their fields. It’s no surprise either,…

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