Fall nitrogen application — usually in the form of anhydrous ammonia — is an important crop production practice across many northern Corn Belt states. The window to get the job done is tight. Reliable, agronomically designed equipment from Case IH helps ensure it gets done right.
High yields, heavy crop residue: It’s a challenging cycle. It also can be a balancing act, as you strive to capture agronomic and economic benefits through proper crop residue management.
Harvest is well underway in many parts of the country. Favorable — and in some areas, overly dry — conditions have helped keep combines rolling and grain flowing this fall.
In August, Case IH introduced the new 660-gallon Patriot 2250 sprayer. Since then, the small-chassis sprayer has made a big impact. After earning ShowStopper recognition from CropLife IRON at this year’s Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association MAGIE show, the Patriot 2250 sprayer is now up for the CropLife IRON 2015 Product of the Year.
As you survey each harvested field this fall, you’re likely already thinking about what you need to accomplish before you return with the planter come spring. The rugged new Case IH True-Tandem 375 disk harrow offers the peace of mind you need for a good winter’s rest.
Fall is the time to lay the groundwork for next season. Soil sampling and testing are important steps. But to achieve an accurate fertility profile for your fields, you need to pull soil samples correctly.
Harvest often drives home the importance of timely pesticide application. Visual observations — backed up by your combine’s yield monitor — show how weeds, insects and other pests hurt yields. Case IH designed the new high-powered Patriot 2250 sprayer to help you protect the yield potential of your crops.
Regardless of market conditions, you strive to make the best decisions for your operation. By continuously working to improve the AFS Connect system, Case IH aims to provide you with what you need to make those important decisions.
As you push to grow more each season, you demand more from your equipment — especially your combine. You need more power. Improved fuel efficiency can help reduce costs. More higher-quality grain can boost income. The redesigned Axial-Flow® 140 series combines are ready for the challenge.
You can’t measure what you don’t monitor. Assuming the old business adage is true, do you have a strategy for evaluating this year’s crops? Before your attention fully shifts to harvest prep, now is a good time to plan your approach.