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FARM REPORT

FARM REPORT

Our grain farm is located in the fertile soil
of North Central Ohio

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 WEATHER  7/15/18

 

 

Last 7 Days:  Seasonal temps early week,

                          HOT-HOT Late Week

                          No Rain and Dry  North of Bucyrus.

                          Tuesday,   .2″  around Bucyrus, and

                          close to 1″ Rain South Bucyrus + North Robinson

 


 



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 FARM ACTIVITIES

 

Mike completed application of Herbicides to the Soybeans,

And the first application of Fungicide.

 

Steve is trucking some summer deliveries of Corn and Soybeans to market.

Mowing and trimming weeds and grass around field edges and waterways.

 

This was our second year using the Y-Drop 360 as shown in the side pictures >>>>>>>

 

 Y-Drops are a new Technique of applying Fertilizer to growing Corn.

The Y-Drop applies nitrogen at the base of the plant, close to the root mass.

 This method of applying Nitrogen to corn is step up in corn production.

 

 

 

 

New for this year is our ability to Variable Rate ( VR ) apply Phosphous with our Strip-Tiller

We want to thank Josh at Sunrise for all of his help with the data for our VR controler.

 

Also we want to Thank Morgan at the NRCS for developing a Nutrient management plan for our Farm.

We send a big Thank you for all the many hours it took to write and have our plan approved.

 

 

 

 

CORN  |  SOYBEANS

 

The Corn is starting Pollination but the soil is on the dry side now and in need of rain.


The Soybeans are looking good and growing extremely fast in the hot weather.