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Ammonia Leaps Ahead 60 Years. Exactrix 1% CV Application Buys Another $150
Just Like Steam Power and Whale Oil, Big Oil and Gas is leaving in favor
of much lower cost Green Ammonia and Hydrogen.
Conservation Farmers, young and old, Around North America on 500 million
acres, Producers can “Make Big Decisions” to pay down debt fast.
Training videos help. Take Time to Learn. Never leave $150 per acre on the
need a new friend on your side of the fence to outcompete the fertilizer
“Times are changing. Big
Oil and Gas with their bad attitude toward you the customer must go.”
Learn More At Exactrix.
Included for you and budgeting process in 2023 and 2024. You will find
valuable training and discussions of great significance.
Reducing fertilizer costs by 50% and improving yields.
In the tough conditions
of the fossil fuel Oligarchs you may feel like you are taking a flagrant
risk. A risk outside the game of fair play.
You can win back your highly competitive position by driving commercial
fertilizer to the maximum level of efficiency .
Blue Hydrogen Update, The greatest fossil fuel scam in history
The Green Twins, The
Binary Stars of our Zero Carbon, Zero Methane, Lowest Nitrous Oxide
2024 contracts fill up with Sept. 2021 Deadline completed.
Round Green Ammonia contracts now available with similar terms of long
for up 7 years at $100 to $500 per ton adjustable range.
Hydrogen, Green Ammonia, The margin just increased 12% to 24% at your
business. Yielder N-Fuel Energy helps
“For certain, The
Zero Carbon Game is on with a global influence in the gear train.”
NH3 at 1%
Joe Friday, LAPD badge 714, who is this
impressive investigator that lived in Los
Joe Friday -
Dr. Fred Below
Becks Hybrids discovers the power
of Geometry for corn production.
Proximity placement increases yield, utilization and
plant mass (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dATQcT6RLXI).
Bert Bock of TKI and Guy Swanson of Exactrix provide valuable
training about nutrients, no-tillage and the history of No-tillage
Here is a leading TVA scientist Bert Bock reviewing nutrients and
looking at the advancements of TKI in providing producers with KTS
and K-Row23. TB
Guy Swanson brings all producers to shocking reality of how
nutrients must be managed now and in the future with Climate Change.
Up to $150 more net income per acre is time proven in North American
agriculture when pursuing corn production. Deep Banding 5 to 8 inch
depths is critical to the clean-up the atmosphere and the water
systems of North America. Deep banding NH3 to such depths is
powerful wherever producers farm. Deep Banding is always the winner
on 15 inch band centers with TAPPS and TAPPKTS plus Zinc.
Chad Penn At the
Chad Penn, The USDA-ARS expert on phosphate and how
to make it most efficient.
Chad provides valuable leadership in following the Crown Prince of
Phosphate leads all other fertilizers blends and types to top efficiency
using less and getting more.
Dr. Roger Wilson of the TVA would grant full approval of Chad’s
presentations if he was with us today.
Agriculture takes a 321 year leap ahead with placement of
Yes Sir, 321 years
later....What did Squire Jethro Tull know about drilling cereal
What is the optimum
spacing of a barley or wheat seed berry in a seed row?
Why is offset leading double disc superior in raising top yields?
In cereal grains what is the optimum seed spacing in a seed row?
Does corn have an optimum planting rate as populations reach yield
plateaus in various row spacings?
Is Corn sensitive to band location like wheat, barley and cotton?
Yes because corn roots have different densities based on row spacing.
Corn roots have seminal roots like wheat and barley and race with their
neighbors for the deeper moisture and nutrients.
You can gain a lot of advantage and up to 30 bushels per acre of corn by
following Fred Below in Illinois conditions.
Just the facts. Ma’am.
Click on image above for the
An illustration of seed
rows related to NH3 at 1% CV streaming flow nutrient bands.
Does planting hybrid seed corn directly on top of nutrient bands make a
Better and always better NH3 at 1% CV of applications as TAPPKTS plus Zinc
bands mean better yields.
Banding depths to 8 inches is especially helpful with corn, wheat and
cotton as per Travis Miller.
Fred Below says, “To get better yields producers need improved population
with proper orientation to corn rows” and furthermore,
Swanson says, “It is very true that cotton and wheat need seed row to
deep band orientation at 1%CV,
For sure it is known by all types of cropping scientists that seed rows
need balanced fertility
and require top notch phosphate and potassium uptake using deep band to
plant geometry for a great finish and top yields”.
McClure discovered that planting winter wheat with a 20 inch planter with
wheat seed metering discs produced good yields as compared to 10 inch
spacing at half rates and planting twice.
Planters have distinct advantages when planting on 20 inch…it is the tool
of choice for winter wheat. SRS can also be used in irregular soil
The hybrid Corn seed is
expensive and must be accurately spaced to allow roots to develop rapidly
and light to be absorbed efficiently on 30 inch row spacing to 20 inch row
Small grains like winter
wheat and brewing barley are spaced a lot differently to use water and
light more effectively.
Breeders know why seed
must be properly spaced. Barley breeders are especially aware of seed
spacing. Simulating the barley or wheat head spacing in a tight row is
optimized spacing and seeding rate. Soldiers in a closed rank line and
marching off to war.
– 21 February 1741, New
Style) was an English agricultural pioneer from Berkshire who
helped bring about the British
Agricultural Revolution. He perfected a horse-drawn seed
drill in 1700 that economically sowed the seeds in neat rows. He later
developed a horse-drawn hoe.
Tull's methods were adopted by many great landowners and helped to provide
the basis for modern agriculture.
Circa 1731 Tull's
book upon husbandry also influenced cotton
culture in the American Southern Colonies. Tull's system taught
that to ensure a sufficient number of plants, they did not just need to
increase the quantity of seed, but to plant the seed at regular distances.
Jethro Tull invented the seed drill in 1701 as a way to plant more
efficiently. Prior to his invention, sowing seeds was done by hand, by
scattering them on the ground or placing them in the ground individually,
such as with bean and pea seeds. Tull considered scattering wasteful,
because many seeds did not take root.
finished seed drill included a hopper to store the seed, a cylinder to
move it, and a funnel to direct it. A plow at the front created the row,
and a harrow at the back covered the seed with soil. It was the first
agricultural machine with moving parts. It started as a one-man, one-row
device, but later designs sowed seeds in three uniform rows, had wheels,
and were drawn by horses. Using wider spacing than previous practices
allowed horses to draw the equipment and not step on
seeding questions have simple answers. ….study the spacing of the barley
seed in the head.
the in-row seed spacing is correct if it is between .45 inches to .625
inches apart depending on the seed size in a tight soil vee design.
in row seed spacing forces the seminal roots to initial compete strongly
and reach for moisture.
seed spacing forces the coleoptiles to push to the surface. A push of
1.25 to 2 inches with good turgor pressure from ample soil moisture.
seed is surrounded by soil that provides osmotic movement of moisture
into the seed berry. Soil cracking and air pockets must be avoided.
1701 to 2021 the story is the same, we march together in tight closed
rank and drive the seminal roots deep and coleoptiles toward the sun as
fast as possible.
review of Paired Row and why Yielder Drills consistently yield 20% to 30%
higher in winter wheat.
A review of Paired
Row and why Yielder Drills consistently yield 20% to 30% higher in winter
Number 1, It takes a good sprayer with low compaction and coverage.
Coverage is the key word.
Eating acres in step Palouse Hills.
An acre goes fast at165 feet at 4 to 6 mph (8V-71) with a steady boom,
three pumps, pressure compensation, an Aircraft Gyro Compass and a Harley
A sprayer that can cover all acres in wet, snowy conditions.
Tough going, whereby and when other machines can not go.
Superior weed control in late fall and early, wet spring conditions.
A 2020 Yielder
Paired Row 5/15 (left) outyields mid row banding of a 2020 Yielder 10 inch
spacing at the same fertilizer rate.
Paired Row Yield Punch is 10% or 12.6 more bushels per acre in Palouse
In this case with Stephens, Soft White Winter Wheat, Don Quist, Pullman,
Leveraged Fertility Drives the producers to change. The row
is changed to 5/15.
The plant root system gets full
seminal root access to placed nutrients,
Fertilizer Placement arrived. Banding fertilizer with double disc openers
between rows hides the fertilizer from the weeds.
Feed the growing
crop with leveraged fertility and starve the weeds.
Another leap ahead with winter annual Dwarf Essex, Yielder Drills with
high capacity allowed Dwarf Essex Winter Rape to be seeded with Water
Injection or SRS.
Paired Row Seedings on 5/15 inch or average 10 inch allowed
water to be injected in the seed row to establish Dwarf Essex in 1984. A
technology that is applicable today.
The Floating Tool with 24 inch banding and seeding openers.
Each tool bar
weighs 1,100 lbs. Each tool bar is typically in a different plane
position adjusting for roll, pitch and yaw.
The tool bar follows the changing terrain and maintains the correct slope
angle interface for seed placement.
The seed release is controlled into tight V Slots. Osmotic movement to the
seed is now enhanced.
The seed is held by the 24 inch blades releasing all the seed to the
bottom of the V slot.
A means to germinate all seeds timely and together. This produces vigor in
the young plant by marching into war together.
The geometric force of the seeds competing for moisture and light as the
team is aligned for survival.
Paired rows drive
A Yielder drill
seems to be the only machine that can meter seed with the openers on 5/15
the rubber meets the road “
or right at the opener ground line in steep rolling conditions requiring
lots of horsepower.
The challenge is to
align seed rows at proper seeding depth and within the boundaries of the
NPKS deep band located at about 5 inches
in depth and 2.5
inches to the side of the seed row.
Anhydrous Ammonia is
the key nutrient
which makes this system in fall and spring conditions,
secondarily Aqua Ammonia,
stable and the most
crop available form of nitrogen.
Anhydrous ammonia becomes part of the soil.
Fall or Spring
applied NH4 is connected to Carbohydrates,C-6,H-12,O-6 and introduced
polymers which pulls the most moisture from the soil because it is part
of the soil and non-mobile.
Other types of
nitrogen are either not crop available (Urea) or are connect to the
water (32-0-0, 28-0-0),
These second and
third tier nitrogen sources are part of the water or the wetting front
as water perks into the soil.
These third tier
nitrate type materials (32-0-0, 28-0-0,) are negative valence allowing
nutrient mobility beyond the root zone.
Ammonia and Snow go together Hand and Glove.
Just like peas
and carrots ammonia is naturally part of the soil when uniformly
Paired Row 5/15
Yielder Seeding, model 2020, Spring of 1983. The Breakout of Paired Row.
Soldiers marching together.
As the snow is
leaving the Stephens Winter Wheat crop breaks dormancy and starts faster
with phosphate formulated into a deep band of NPKS and Micros.
are controlled in the fall and with leverage fertility of Paired Row.
The fertilizer is
trapped by the growing crop whereby the weeds are starved.
Soil Heaving and
thawing in the early spring is avoided in No-till.
The soil is
thermally uniform due to no-tillage and residue on top of the deck.
foot rot or eyespot is avoided.
mercury based chemicals are required to control a yield robbing, root
spring or fall, of fertilizer is never used in Yielder Paired Row
systems when NPKS is banded between the seed rows.
and Snow go together hand and glove.
It takes a good
sprayer that can go late in the fall.
The key is a
Yielder drill with hidden technology that can carry out the practice of
Paired row with metered seed tied to the band of Anhydrous Ammonia.
Your Great Plains Reporter.
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