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Frontier Farming Days
A follow up of Feb. 14 and 15, 2019 at Hugoton, KS.
TAPPS, TAPPKTS Mustang Tool Bars, No-Tillage at High Speed.
VRT-Site Specific breakthrough from
Training by the best nutrient managers in the business of raising
A review of 10 Winter and Spring Crops.
Scientists report in on Mustang applied banded nutrients in No-till.
A Yielder Mustang 3015
with positive down pressure wings and lift assist.
Hydraulic hitch and
ballast tanks, 2KC
Series 2 with 2KP TAPPS formulator.
Exactrix engine mounting locations are greatly improved for
operator access from the ground line.
A high clearance tool bar for established producers.
Easy access and high reliability. Lots of open area with your
safety in mind.
Caddy Cart at 1,000 gallons of
10-34-0, 12-0-0-26S or Thio-Sul®, 0-0-25-17S, KTS®,
16-0-0-20, AZn and micros.
Yielder® 3015 Mustang Tool Bar with twin 120 gallon ballast tanks
for positive down pressure at wings and testing with KTS.
Single 1,000 gallon NH3 trailer tank.
Building TAPPS and TAPPKTS with AZn and micros into dormant winter
wheat, late November seeded.
High visibility from the cab.
Quick and responsive in the corners. A chance to observe every
functional component from the cab.
Feb. 15 banding into dormant irrigated winter wheat at 28 degrees F.
Seeded late November, early
Lowest possible soil
disturbance with Exactrix TAPPKTS 1% CV vermiculated bands placed 7
inch to 8 inch depth.
Hybridized Coastal Bermuda Grass. Irrigated production allows
outstanding economics for Cow Calf Pairs.
Exactrix TAPPKTS Deep Banded 8 inches at full recharge with a
Yielder Mustang 3015 formulating TAPPKTS.
On sandy soils there was 700 pounds of beef per acre exported in cow
Exactrix TAPPKTS going in a 15 inch centers surgically cutting the
sod to a depth of 7 to 8 inches.
Sandy soils are ideal for Mustang banding. A powerful case for
Coastal Bermuda Grass hybridized.
Exactrix assures a highly crop available, 1% CV bands of TAPPKTS
and AZn for many years under Rotational Band Loading.
Coastal Bermuda makes big yields with small inputs from Exactrix
Deep Banded TAPPKTS.
Late start Fall
Wheat, Banded TAPPKTS, No-tillage under sandy soil conditions.
Troy Coen and Lewis Davis of Pampa, Texas have a full review of
Exactrix, Yielder 3015 Mustang Tool bar with Caddy.
Lewis and his sons own three Exactrix system in corn, wheat, and
cotton. He reports excellent results for the last 11 years.
Pastured Grassland TAPPKTS banding is on the venue at Pampa with the
powerful 7 to 8 inch deep banding of the P-51C and CUE Mustang
Banding Tool Bar.
great technology breakthrough and an operating cost at $1.00 per
Troy talks about machine performance and the upcoming rental program
for the Exactrix Mustang Tool Bar
The rental program includes the tractor and Troy Coen for training.
The Exactrix Mustang Tool Bar operates in 200 mile radius of
The Tool bar program is for Cotton, Wheat, Soybeans, Winter Canola,
Corn, Milo, Brewing Barley, and Bananas operating in KS, OK and TX
and selected rotation periods in Costa Rica.
No-till Baby Potatoes are also being reviewed by AJ Foster.
Brian Caldbeck, Joel
McClure and Brian Arnall. Bert Bock, Lanny Faliede and AJ Foster.
Inspection of Winter Canola by known experts in the breeding and
production of Hybrid Winter Canola.
Brian Arnall of OSU contributes to the understanding of Winter
Canola nutrient needs.
Brian Caldbeck operates in the field and promotes correct
information for the Hybrid Breeder Rubisco.
McClure and McClure,
Sons of Dr. Walter McClure, OSU, The original breeder of Milo in
cooperation with others in the 60’s.
Cotton and Sulfur. Ideal for KTS.
Our “go to” historian of the fertilizer industry. Larry Murphy will
find the answer. Larry is a consultant of Exactrix TAPPS and
John Buck Reviewing Mycorrhizae.
John is Mr. Exactrix in Ohio.
John is tackling the Lake Erie problem by providing Exactrix Mustang
Tool bars to protect the stabilized TAPPS fertilizer and feed the
This last week of
February 23.5 million dollars was awarded to 24
Conservation Districts to get erosion and fertilizer runoff under
control in the Ohio/Lake Erie Watershed.
Thursday, February 14, 2019…a
good day to review SRS Canola on 20 inch.
Bert Bock, AJ
Foster observe Lanny Faliede finding the McClure field and reporting
Sat Shot information.
Sat Shot allow producers to flat rate their VRT-Site
Specific application and development costs to $2,000 to $3,000 per
Large producers can implement
Sat Shot technology at low costs per acre and get
immediate results that are well understood.
SRS, Winter Canola in triticale stubble, irrigated production on
sandy soil along the Cimarron River.
A good rotation to cleanup long term nematode problems and
leached nitrate from past irregular applications of nitrogen.
A little blue seed
makes a big difference with hybridization. Canola Seed like Mustard
can move a mountain.
All Canola was planted with SRS on 20 inch.
Concerns about fall applied chemical, Select, Hypocotyl damage has
been indicated by Brian Caldbeck of Rubisco.
Select will most likely be dropped as a fall chemical for Winter
Canola. Assure is most likely a good replacement.
Planted SRS vs drilled
10 inch. TAM 111 Certified seed at 230,000 and other rates in
Planters have a great
future for Winter Wheat. Great Yields at 20 inch planted vs 10 inch
double disc seeded.SRS
proves the point when coupled up with an advanced Deere Planter.
On 20 inch planter spacing 50 to 100 gallons of water per acre
produces these great stands.
The flush of Abscisic Acid and even germination are producing
The water application cost is about $5.50 to $6.50 per acre.
Back to the
Mother Ship….A fast moving front is on the way.
Friday morning, AJ Foster makes another great presentation on
stabilized nitrogen and a short review of Humic and Fulvic Acid.
indicates TAPPS and TAPPKTS formulated sulfur applied between 20 to
30 lbs. per acre as Thio-sul ®or KTS® will produce stabilization of
applied N and good yields with top notch economic performance.
sulfur response where none was expected in Southwestern Kansas. It
could be related to 1% streaming flows and crystalline TAPPKTS and
Oklahoma State, Precision Nutrient Specialist explains crop
Warm days and cool nights at
Hugoton for Frontier Days, Winter Wheat just breaking dormancy at
SRS test plots.
little wind and a warm day in the 70’s.
A lucky weather period and ideal for training of Exactrix.
Statistically Hugoton is good area for being in the field in
Conclusions from a
great field day
Frontier Days at Hugoton, Check
in again in 2020, Mark your Calendar, Feb.
13. 14, 2020.
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