Winter Canola Goes North of 20 cents by July.
 15 and 30 inch standard Spacing, SRS, Side Dress Nutrients.

March 1, 2018, start your budget for 2019, try for 5,500 lbs. per acre. 

July Canola at ADM, Enderlin, ND.
$19.25 per 100. $9.62 per bushel.  

The 5,500 lb. Club…$1058 per acre.
Who will be the first to join the 110 bushel club? 

It is doable, has been done in the 25 inch rainfall Palouse. No till, Paired Row , 5/15, Water Injection. Yielder 2020.
This is what it looks like.  You can do it, with deep soils and great July start.

Harvest 1984. Direct Cut. Palouse, Washington, Yielder seeded in July of 83, Water Injection, Chemhoe PPG-135, Propham November weed control.

Greg Sederstrom on 30 inch. Goodland KS. Fall of 2016

 Joel McClure, Winter Canola, at Hugoton, fall 2016.

Washington State. 2016

Genesee, Idaho. 2016

Genesee, Reaching high to 84 to 96 inches. University of Idaho, 2016

No-tillage TAPPS and TAPPKTS works better. When you start in 1952 with total tillage, It was only a start, not the finish.
Applying NH3 in an early period, with hat and tie,  Mr.  Chester Turner around Cypress, Houston, Texas. Popular Mechanics.  
A rototiller works pretty good in 1952.   Today this piece of machinery is in a car bumper.

Side Dress Canola. Dale Bathurst. Talmadge, KS. 2017

2017 with Dale Bathurst.

Side dress technique is powerful with Mustang openers at 7 inch depths at high speed without tillage.
Get ready for TAPPS and TAPPKTS side dress with micro-nutrients.

Dale Bathurst.

Dick Sterrett, Quinter.

Joel McClure, side dressing on 20 inch.

Rubisco, Hybrids Feb. 28, 17

Bloomed for 7 to 8 weeks. Rubisco, Mercedes, headed for a big yield,

Then came Ursa and the winter 24 inch snow storm of April 28, 17 reduced a 100 bushel crop to 30 bushels per acre.
About 20,000 head of cattle died in this storm of SW Kansas.   

Barry Hittle, Road  Z, Hugoton, KS. Joel McClure planted with 20 inch Deere planter.

Don Tilton, Quinter, KS.

Guy Says, “Cream rises to the top for a good reason.” 

It is really OK…when you the producer try very hard to raise a good crop.

“Plan on a failure and that is what you will get…plan on a big success and you will probably get it. “

“Faith is what makes all crops work.”  “Good science and information helps”.   

Money on the line makes you a better farmer.
No money on the line and you are a Federal Crop Farmer or as they say in Pocatello,” the bottom of the barrel”.


Aug.22, 2017

Winter Canola, The Wonder Crop of the Great Plains.

Aug.21, 2017

Changing Kansas Machinery Needs. Why and How is SRS similar to Seed Priming. Discussions of Osmo Priming, Zinc Sulfate, Corn, Canola, Wheat and others.

Aug.10, 2017

Yields go up 13% in Canola. Ursa environmental disaster, but Sulfur as Thio-Sul still made a big difference.

July 17, 2017

Profitable, Complementary and Powerful Winter Canola Acreage
will increase up to 4 times, Canola Plots. At Hugoton.
 Storm Ursa, Discoveries. SRS, Hybrids, Thio-sul. MGPA.

July 07, 2017

NH3 pricing, $245 per ton or about $147 per ton Exactrix Equivalent.

June 29, 2017

Champion of Winter Canola, Greg "Killer" Sederstrom, Sederstrom Uses Magic, At Goodland, KS. Winter Canola is great.

June 28, 2017

A big deal in Texas, Manganese Deficiency on the XIT
with Andy Cover of Cover Farms.

June. 26, 2017

Click HERE to see Joel and Jay's Canola Video

June 13, 2017

Reducing Planting Costs up to $80 per acre.
Water Savings, UNL, McClure, SRS, Yielder, Hypocotyl.

June 10, 2017

Cone bottom, dual tanks at 2,500 gallons.
Trailer runs between rows.

June 09, 2017

Record Yields, Reduced Costs, Red Alert for Corn Producers.
Why Exactrix TAPPS Is So Successful

May 30, 2017

What Is Better Than A Cover Crop?
Winter Canola, Has the potential to bring good revenues and clean up ground and outperform cover cropping.

May 23, 2017

The 100 year Story of Winter Canola.

May 10, 2017

Moving On, Available to Exactrix Owners and Top Notch Producers going to 260 to 280 bushels per acre Corn. Monosem Planter, Exactrix P-51C Mustang Openers, Moore Built Tool Bar. Hand and Glove. A powerful combination with Fall Banding of TAPPS

Apr.24, 2017

Dalhart, Texas, Home of the XIT, 6,000 Miles
of Fence and still growing.

Apr.22, 2017

Winter Canola, moves ahead, Hittle, McClure, Mercedes.
 April 14,17, 20 inch planted, Mustang TAPPS Exactrix Banded.

Apr.10, 2017

Improving Agricultural Economics with a change in rotation. Raising a crop that has demand.

Mar.24, 2017

The Little B, Boron, Corn, Canola, Milo, Sunflower. Wheat, Alfalfa, Triticale, Seed Production Crops, Certain crops are very sensitive to Boron.

Mar.17, 2017

Powering Up Winter Canola At Dormancy Break. An Update, Hugoton Gas Field Exactrix Clinic, Kansas. 4 to 5 inch spacing on 20 inch. Big Plant with survival.

Mar.16, 2017

Finally, Ethanol does out compete gasoline, 5 more years it will be 50% of gasoline GHG Emissions.

Feb.27, 2017

High Oil Content Winter Canola, Exactrix TATS Side Dress Growing Canola with Thio-sul®, NH3, cZn. Exactrix Update and Meeting at Hugoton, Feb. 28, March 1, 2017.

Feb.24, 2017

High Oil Content Winter Canola, Exactrix TATS Side Dress Growing Canola with TATS.

Feb.21, 2017

News about raising Canola, the Five Big Bets, at Hugoton, it is working well.

Feb.03, 2017

We found the problem.  Winter Canola in Washington State. Dryland.

Jan.17, 2017

Roll the dice twice with Winter Canola.

Jan.02, 2017

Yielder® Technology Produces 264 bu./A to 278 bu./A average yields.  Corn Efficiency Record Set With Exactrix®.

Dec.30, 2016

Agriculture has changed.

Dec.29, 2016

Plant Nutrient Engineering, Agronomy, Economics, Exactrix Guide, 2017.Highest Yields achieved, Exactrix owners make more money.

Nov. 30, 2016

Winter Canola has excellent returns when matched with top notch management.

Nov. 28, 2016

It Works Every Time.

Nov. 08, 2016

Black Dirt Days, Only A Memory.

Oct. 21, 2016

Less Winter Wheat And More Winter Canola, The Market Says So.

Oct. 11, 2016

Interesting Facts about Kansas, Southwestern Explorer Report, Great Plains Reporter.

Sept. 12, 2016

What is Vermiculation? How does the Mustang Opener Vermiculate the TAPPS.

Aug. 23, 2016

Exactrix Winter Canola, Fall Establishment,
Winter Hardiness, Fertilizer Practices.

June.15. 2016

Up The Big N, Anhydrous Ammonia and Snow,
 Another High Water Mark in Washington State and Idaho.

Apr. 09. 2016

Get Technology On Your Side Of The Fence.

Apr. 07. 2016

What is better than a Cover Crop? No-till Anhydrous Ammonia Is Better, Double Crop.


Solving the Lake Erie Problem.
Using established technology from the 150 million acre western production climate.

March 6 and 7, Ada, Ohio.
Ohio Northern University.
Advanced Conservation Technology Transfer Meeting.

March 7, 18, 8:30 AM

Dr. Bert Bock, TKI, Nutrient Management Expert.
Make Change Easier and Faster With Proven Technology for TKI and Exactrix.

  • The Lake Erie Phosphorus buildup and how to solve for water soluble nutrients entering the Lake.
  • Using No-tillage Techniques to raise crop nutrient availability as compared to the floater application techniques.    
  • Avoiding old fashioned techniques of Nutrient application. The next chapter in the era of crop fertilization.
  • Exceptional opportunities to improve yields and stop wasteful practices.   


8:30 AM Team Presentation, 8:40.

Guy J Swanson, Exactrix Global Systems, Award Winning, Engineering Legend of No-tillage Farming.
Millions of Dollars Invested To Solve the Palouse Problem and the Lake Erie Problem


  • Banding deep TAPPKTS plus micros, Highly crop available and banded to 7 inch depths in No-tillage at 1% CV.                          
  • Binary Banding at 7.5 inch depth. Improved NPKS efficiency for Mustang openers.
  • Corn and Soybeans can now be fertilized from late fall up and until just before planting.
  • Raising the right crop could quickly change the water quality problem of Lake Erie.   
  • Water Injection and nutrient management for Winter Canola production in 30 inch and 40 inch seed rows.
  • Place five bets on total cleanup of the Lake Erie problem. Cleanup of water quality can happen fast.
  • Yield enhancement with correct selection of stable nutrients in deep banded positional availability.    
  • 1.      Exactrix and TKI will maintain 5 experienced personnel at 2 both locations at Ada, Ohio.
          We can answer your questions about stabilized TAPPS and Mustang Banding openers.
          You can talk to producers, scientists, and service engineers about tools to improve the water quality.

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    Exactrix P51 Mustangs
     Outstanding Video With Kevin Medow and His P51 Mustangs

    John Cory
    Security West Financial

    Call your new banker, John Cory, Security West Financial.   (509) 994-8555 You can go off the balance sheet and work with the best using the strength of Farm Credit and others.

    John will help you spend about $40,000 annually to make $150,000 more annually by spending only $60 per acre in irrigated production for fertilizer. John understands the cycles of agriculture and how to keep your balance sheet looking good.

    At the end of five years you will own a powerful machine that continue to produce good returns having already been paid for at the end of the first year.  You can even apply for your neighbors with a Mustang Tool Bar.

    At 1,000 acres of corn, An internal bottom line savings of $750,000 over five years on 5,000 acres of corn.  

    An Exactrix Mustang Tool Bar capable of producing $550,000 of internally available funds in five years.   

      See Video 

    Top yields, best margin and the new leader in VRT-Site Specific, Small Grains Expert. Eric Odberg at Genesee, Idaho breaking winter wheat yield records. Exactrix TAPPS at Catholic Canyon using 4 management zones. Exactrix Site-Specific, Variable Rate

    "Paul Gangwish, Drone Video"
    Track Machines improve production 200%.
    Application time cut in half at 1 acre per minute.
    Up to $150 more net income per acre.

    The 2017 Agronomy Review.

    Meeting your formulation needs.  

    Picking your metering systems.  

    Need more information on advanced crop production.


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