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Corn growers have been hearing good things about the use of 10-46-0 fertilizer in-furrow. David Hula says he's heard the same reports, but his tests have indicated the practice can reduce seed germination. Comment?
In addition to flood control, the funding will support wastewater improvement projects in Greenville and DeSoto County, Miss., the management of approximately 22,000 acres of mitigation land associated with Mississippi River and Tributaries project and the operation of the Jesse Brent Lower Mississippi River Museum in Vicksburg. During my years as a journalist, I've seen dozens of press releases like the one distributed recently by Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., announcing $67.1 million in funding for water resource improvements in his state. Comment?
As those of us who live in the South know, it gets hot in the summer time. And, while Mid-south farmers plant corn early to escape the hotter summer temperatures as much as possible, corn still needs a certain level of heat tolerance. Comment?
David Hula says he's not against grid sampling, but that such sampling only provides a snapshot of your soils. He prefers using a yield monitor to determine how much nutrient you're removing and tissue sampling to determine if corn plants are getting what they need. Comment?
David Hula says the first time he heard Francis Childs, an Iowa producer who was one of the first to grow more than 400 bushels of corn per acre, he was a bit deflated. "The first thing he said you had to have to grow high-yielding corn was a positive attitude," says Hula. Comment?
Byrne Carpenter, left, Nichino America, Senatobia, Miss., and Tim Sanders, right, Sanders Ag Consulting, Sarah, Miss., with L.B. Davis, Davis Ag Consulting, Tupelo, Miss. Davis, who is 90, is still an active consultant and travels in many states with his business. Comment?
Attendees of the 2016 Tri-State Soybean Meeting were reminded that producers of soybeans are vested in the promotion board of their state. "The United Soybean Checkoff takes one-half of one percent of your gross proceeds," said Tim Clements, chairman of the Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board and farmer from Greenville. Comment?
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