Planting soybeans earlier can be critical to maximizing yield potential.1 Why wait until you’re done planting corn with your planter to start planting soybeans? Adding a lower-investment air drill to your operation can be a great option to help you plant soybeans earlier or into tough no-till seedbeds. Here are three reasons why you should…
Whether you’re wrapping up planting, side-dressing nitrogen, putting up hay or harvesting wheat, make sure you’ve deployed the latest Advanced Farming Systems updates. The new capabilities, enhancements and conveniences can help you be more productive, regardless of the task at hand.
Today, along with raising crops and caring for livestock, many farmers tirelessly promote agriculture and help tell our industry’s positive stories. Case IH recently made the work back home on the farm a little easier for several of these advocates.
If you’re not happy with your emerging crops’ stands this spring, your planter may simply need a thorough inspection. Adding this annual maintenance step before you park it for the season can help improve planter performance while improving its longevity and protecting resale value.
It can be a challenge to keep an eye on your crops while you’re still trying to get all of your crops in the ground. But that seems to be the theme this spring. Early season scouting is critical to your crops’ success. Be sure to make time to head off any threats.
Protecting your crops from pests balances several factors, from product selection to treatment timing to stewardship. Ultimately, you want to cost-effectively achieve full yield potential. Take time now to evaluate your application methods and equipment.
Spring planting wouldn’t be spring planting without up-and-down weather. But there comes a time when we would welcome an extended dry spell to bring the season to a timely conclusion. Many farmers in parts of Illinois and Indiana are more than ready to see the dust fly again.