ver study your yield maps and wonder why yields might increase or decrease with different operators or speeds? Or sometimes yield might change after supper when things start getting damp? Our first instinct is the combine must have been throwing more out the back, but it could also be that the mapping system wasn’t calibrated. … More Yield Mapping part 2 – Do I need to Calibrate?
Traditionally we have always started soil testing in mid September. The reasoning for this was to try and capture any additional nitrogen mineralized due to warm, late summer weather. Because this amount has been shown to be inconsistent and/or negligable, it may not pay to wait. There are many good reasons to start sampling behind … More Soil sampling behind the combine