Frontier Farming Days Feb. 14 and 15
SRS, TAPPS, TAPPKTS Mustang Tool Bar.
Training by the best. Planting Wheat, Planting
3015 with positive down pressure lift assist. Hydraulic hitch and
ballast tanks, 2kC Series 2 with 2KP TAPPS formulator.
Feb. 15 banding into growing wheat at 28 degrees F.
Coastal Bermuda Grass Deep Banded 8 inches at full recharge…700
pounds of beef per acre exported in cow calf pairs. TAPPKTS going in
a 15 inch centers.
Late Start Fall Wheat, Banded TAPPKTS.
Troy Coen and Lewis Davis.
Brian Caldbeck, Joel McClure and Brian
Arnall. Bert Bock, Lanny Faliede and AJ Foster.
McClure and McClure.
Larry Murphy…reviewing Cotton
and Sulfur. Ideal for KTS.
John Buck Reviewing Mycorrhizae.
Thursday…a good day to review SRS Canola on 20 inch.
SRS, Winter Canola in triticale,
irrigated along the Cimarron River.
Canola Seed can move a mountain. All Canola
SRS on 20 inch.
Concerns about fall applied chemical,
Select, Hypocotyl damage.
Planted SRS vs drilled 10 inch.
TAM 111 Certified seed at 230,000 and other rates in trials.
20 inch planted vs 10
inch…..SRS proves the point when coupled especially with a planter.
AJ Foster makes another great
presentation on stabilized nitrogen and a short review of Humic and
Brian Arnall, Oklahoma State,
Precision Nutrient Specialist.
Thursday…with little wind and a warm day in the 70’s.
We got real lucky on the weather.
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