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[Podcast] Best of 2023: World-Record No-Till Corn Yields, Vermicompost Extract & More

To welcome in 2024, we’re revisiting some of the most-played episodes of the 2023 No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment.
To welcome in 2024, we’re revisiting some of the most-played episodes of the 2023 No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment


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[Video] Sentinel Fertigation Highlights N-TIME Nutrient Management Platform

Jackson Stansell, Founder and CEO of Sentinel Fertigation describes his new software platform, N-TIME. A nutrient management platform, N-TIME focuses on nitrogen recommendation for farmers, specifically those applying fertilizer in season. By analyzing multiple sources of satellite imagery, N-TIME isolates the impact nitrogen has on potential yields, tracks nitrogen sufficiency and determines a seven day nitrogen demand for the observed crops.
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9 Tips for Higher No-Till Wheat Yields

No-Till Legend Phil Needham outlines principles & practices needed to increase wheat yields

No-Till Legend Phil Needham, founder and owner of Needham Ag Technologies in Calhoun, Ky., identifies 9 wheat yield and profit management practices to take your no-till wheat crop to the next level.


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What to Consider Before Applying Fall Nitrogen

Traditionally, fall application of N is practiced in areas where soil temperatures usually remain below 50°F from late fall to spring. Lower soil temperatures reduce the activity of nitrifying soil bacteria that convert ammonium to nitrates. However, if soil temperatures rise above 50°F, N is at risk of loss through leaching or denitrification.


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Study: Starter Fertilizer Can Increase Yield Potential By 15 Bushels

The Purdue Ag Centers study found while yield increases due to starter 2x2 fertilizer occurred less than half of the time in trials, the potential for increased yield due to starter 2x2 fertilizer as high as 15 bushels per acre makes its use attractive.

While yield increases due to starter 2x2 fertilizer occurred less than half of the time in Purdue Ag Centers' trials, the potential for increased yield due to starter 2x2 fertilizer as high as 10-15 bushels per acre makes its use attractive to consider.



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