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04/27/2015
Friends, last week I gave you a peek into the people and things that influence how I think about agronomy, sports, and life in general. Of course, that list wasn’t all-inclusive, and purposefully so—I’ll wait a few more years before I write my ... read more
04/22/2015
I’ve been looking at a lot of alfalfa fields this week and they look, well, a little lackluster. Of course, as cattle continuing to sell at solid prices, not one of us is too happy to see their food supply looking so shabby.
04/20/2015
Friends. As much as I’d like to say so, all this stuff that I write about doesn’t just spring fully formed from my noggin. I read. A lot. I listen. I do research-y things. And I go online. In fact, I Twitter.
04/15/2015
If you haven’t already, you very soon will be planting what we all hope will be a successful crop. Some of y’all though are already (already!) second-guessing your plans, particularly your plans to spray for weeds. I’ve talked with a lot of you ... read more
04/13/2015
If you think you’ve heard it all before though, friends, think again. I do sympathize that April seems to send me into the same fit year after year—I imagine that I must get a bit annoying to listen to. But it’s PLANTING we’re talking about here, ... read more
04/8/2015
A lot of you have been talking about the weather this week. And it’s got me a little nervous. Everyone seems to agree that we didn’t have a great winter for refilling the soil profile. And everyone seems to agree that it’s going to be dry this ... read more
04/6/2015
It’s official. El Niño. What El Niño typically means for us is a wet spring and drier June and July. So. before you even start your planter, take a second and think about irrigation...
04/1/2015
It’s go time here in north central Kansas. The warm weather might send up some red flags for our nitrogen, but it also sends us into overdrive and leads us to the frenzied thinking that holy crap, I’ve got to get something done with my herbicide!
03/30/2015
Word at the coffee pot is that some other companies around town are trying to do our job. Now, I’m a red-blooded, meat-eating, give-me-my-baseball, and God-bless-capitalism kind of American, so I can’t whine overmuch about a little competition.
03/25/2015
Those of you who know me know that I am not a patient person. So I can definitely understand some of your frustrations over the past week regarding your wheat crop. Believe me, I am feeling that same I-gotta-get-something-done craziness that spring ... read more

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