The Educational Aspect
Mar 30, 2018

Through this space, I try to open up a dialog each week about Agronomy, Agriculture, and Precision Ag. Sometimes that means showcasing new Precision Ag Products or giving the reminders and the nudges you need to think about when it comes to planters and combines during […]

Don’t Forget About Research
Mar 23, 2018

Don’t forget about research from Central Valley Ag on Vimeo. For those of you that have been following along this winter, you know that I am also urging you not just to mail it in this year. I have been talking about why we need to continue to invest in our operations because it’s […]

Unraveling the Confusion of Liming
Mar 15, 2018

I have had several conversations over the last three weeks or so with growers that have questions about liming their fields. They are looking for the most efficient use of their dollars this year, and want to know if they need to apply […]

The Little Things
Mar 08, 2018

 I have a drill press in my shed at home. It is a common tool that I use all of the time. It has a lot of functionality and works better than a handheld drill for most things. But for as valuable a tool as my […]

VR Soybean Prescriptions
Oct 05, 2017

Those of you that know me at all know that there are a couple of topics that I am always ready to talk about. Obviously one is water and irrigation....

Soil Texture and Irrigation
May 04, 2017

Earlier this week, I was filling out a form for an AquaSystems grower for the NRCS and a cost share program he is involved in. I was providing the information...

Emergence Day
Apr 06, 2017

After Christmas and the First Day of Planting, there is probably no single day each year that is filled with more anticipation than the day that our...

Apr 03, 2017

What happens to a corn seed once it’s put in the ground? At some point, God willing, it’ll break through the surface of the soil and stretch it’s little...