Providing ample nutrition lowers risk of poisoning from toxic oak compounds
As many road-warriors know, podcasts have seen a resurgence in recent years. They are streamable and downloadable audio entertainment, easy for on-demand listening. Podcasts work well for commuters or farmers who spend lots of time in the cab. Like audiobooks, podcasts can accommodate long-form recordings and in-depth treatments of complex topics that are hard to address in other media.
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Hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine speak with Jason Worthington about the value MFA places on research. As staff Agronomist in charge of the trials, Cameron talks at length about the replicated trials for seed and the product testing methods used across the MFA trade territory. Then Worthington and Horine battle in the first Trivia contest of the podcast. There can only be one winner in this inaugural battle.
MFA’s District Agronomist and resident bug expert Kevin Moore talks about Integrated Pest Management, insect control, and monitoring in Midwest row crops with M.F.A. hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine. They discuss the proper approach to manage late-season insects as well as economic thresholds to establish a for control.
The August/September Today's Farmer magazine shipped August 1. Here are the stories from this month's member magazine.
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The next podcast episode is specifically about foliar fungicides, a timely subject for both corn and soybeans. Listen to hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine talk with their first return guest and your very own district agronomist/contributor to this newsletter, Shannon McClintock.
Landowners lease roughly 35% of Missouri crop, pasture, and woodland acreage to renters every year. Rented acreage has increased in recent years as more land has transitioned to the next generation, interest rates have incentivized land investments and interest in carbon markets and working land conservation has developed.
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