It seems to be the latest trend amongst the Regenerative Ag folks to stop using seed-applied fungicides for fear of what they might be doing… Read More »Do seed-applied fungicides harm mycorrhizae?
We tend to be rather complacent about soybean stand uniformity—non-uniform distance between plants as well as non-uniform timing of emergence. As an agronomist, I stopped worrying… Read More »Soybean Stand Uniformity: Does It Matter?
by Matt Hagny, freelance agronomic consultant since ’94[Originally written Nov 2017; updated March 2019] Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, marestail, kochia in many regions are now resistant… Read More »Resistant Weeds: Tillage vs Technology (including WEEDit)
Everyone wants to dwell on how different their particular patch of farmland is, or the particular crop they grow, or their local climate, etc.
by Matt Hagny, freelance agronomic consultant for no-till since ’94; founder & president of Exapta Solutions since ’99. Some no-tillers who grow a fair number… Read More »Shelbournes: The Value of Tall Stubble
For most of the readership in North America, it’s not too late to establish cereal rye (or triticale). Cereal rye ahead of soybeans is almost a no-brainer. Except in the driest