Over the past several weeks, we’ve gone in-depth about what it takes to achieve photocopy plant stands in the field. This Be Ready blog series covered the six primary agronomic drivers of seed placement accuracy when planting:
This post continues our Be Ready blog series looking at the six agronomic drivers that impact photocopy plants; this installment focuses on accurate seed populations and in-row seed spacing.
Mark Swanson is the Case IH Crop Production Specialist for central and northern Illinois and eastern Iowa. A 30-year veteran with Case IH, Mark has specialized in planters since 2006. Read his report below and let us know if planting is underway in your area. We want to hear from you!
Springtime is a great time to talk about tractors and hay and forage equipment, and now through June, Case IH is offering its Spring Sales Event. From landscaping to livestock, from feedlot to vineyard, there is a Case IH utility tractor for your operation.
Guest blogging for us today is Russell Solomon, Case IH Regional Sales Manager for Crop Production for the Western U.S. and Western Canada. He grew up in Mississippi, where his family was involved in the seed chemical business. He started with Case IH eight years ago and has served as Regional Sales Manager for the…
This post continues our Be Ready blog series looking at the six agronomic drivers that impact photocopy plants; this installment focuses on compaction.
Case IH Steiger® tractors were the first in four-trac innovation and are the highest-horsepower agricultural tractors available in the market today. The Surveyor™ cab featured in the Steiger offers many exclusive refinements to make the operator’s experience the best it can be.
Today, we continue our Be Ready blog series looking at the six agronomic drivers that impact photocopy plants; this installment focuses on soil density.
This is the fourth installment in the Be Ready blog series on photocopy plants. This week’s post discusses the importance of good seed-to-soil contact.
Del Massey, Case IH Crop Production Product Specialist who covers parts of Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee and the Bootheel region of Missouri, kicks off our 2014 planting reports. Del grew up on a farm in northeast Arkansas, growing corn, rice and soybeans. The farm is still in operation today. He’s been with Case IH for…