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Yara is the world's crop nutrition leader with over 100 years of experience. In collaboration with customers and partners, Yara grows knowledge to responsibly feed the world and protect the planet, to fulfill its vision of a collaborative society, a world without hunger and a planet respected. Our crop nutrition solutions and precision farming offerings allow farmers to increase yields and improve product quality while reducing environmental impact.
 
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Wouldn't it be nice if we could see how the roots of a plant respond to treatments? Dr. Isaac Madsen, Extension Agronomist at Washington State University, teaches us about the innovative work he as been doing with scanner technology and root observation. What is the advantage of looking at roots instead of at the shoots? What crops can we do this w…
 
Spring is here and our turf is transitioning out of dormancy, depending on where you live. What knowledge do turf managers need to make smart choices for feeding their turf as we go from winter to spring and then to summer? Our two guests, Dr. Brian Unruh and Dr. Marcos Schiavon compliment our own Turf & Ornamental Crop Manager, Neil Mayberry with …
 
As wine grapes come out of winter dormancy and begin bud break, proper balanced nutrition is critical for quality and yield goals. Paul Crout, CCA/PCA, Product Manager/Agronomist, for Helena Agri-Enterprises teach us more about this important stage of the wine grape life cycle. Wine grapes may be the highest value fruit crop in the US with nearly 1…
 
For the last ten years, The Fertilizer Institute has designated five growers and their retailer as advocates of the 4Rs of nutrient stewardship. Each pair that are selected play a crucial role in showcasing the real-world economic and environmental benefits of implementing 4R Nutrient Stewardship principles. Myron Johnson, with Double J Farms, a 4t…
 
Soil structure and health is critical growers to improve crop productivity and sustainability. Dr. Karl Wyant, VP of Ag Science at Heliae Agriculture helps us understand the importance of soil health and quality. Our new Director of Agronomic Services, Dr. Rob Mikkelsen also joins to add insight to the discussion. In this part 1 discussion we are g…
 
2020 was a challenge for all of us but there were many silver linings and lessons learned. Tim Kreger, Executive Director of the Carolinas Golf Course Superintendents Association, joins with Yara Sales Agronomists Brian Grill (#turfbeard) and Cole McNally to discuss the challenges that faced the Turf Grass industry and how our professional managers…
 
Part 2 Last week we discussed the importance of calcium and that you cannot rely on soil tests to identify difficiencies in Ca. This week we talk about how to make Ca an important part of your overall nutrition plan. We unfold the four R's of Nutrient Stewardship with Ca. If applied properly, your overall input costs can be reduced while improving …
 
Part 1 of 2: Calcium levels that are shown on soil reports can mislead you to believe that you don't need supplemental applications. This could prove to short and long-term catastrophe. Join Dr. Steve Petrie and Devin Clarke as we discuss this major nutrient, its importance and how to know how much to supplement.…
 
A good consistent agronomic plan is key to success with permanent crops. In this episode, we talk about citrus: What are the economic impacts to the US economy? What are some of the challenges with citrus today? What are some strategies that can improve sustainability and maximize on-farm profits Learn more about Yara's Complete Citrus suggestions …
 
We did a short podcast back in October about the discovery of synthetic fertilizer and mentioned the book, "The Alchemy of Air: A Jewish Genius, a Doomed Tycoon, and the Scientific Discovery That Fed the World but Fueled the Rise of Hitler". After the publication of that episode, we were introduced to the Author, Thomas Hager, who generously agreed…
 
This is the final of three episodes dedicated to Yara's incubator farms in North America. Through collaborative efforts with customers, partners, and various technology providers, Yara plans to utilize these farms to study and advance insights into all aspects of the cropping system. The Saskatoon incubator farm is 80-acres of row crops that featur…
 
This is the second of three episodes dedicated to Yara's incubator farms in North America. Through collaborative efforts with Auburn University, as well as customers, partners, and various technology providers, Yara plans to utilize these farms to study and advance insights into all aspects of the cropping system. The Auburn incubator farm is a mul…
 
In the next two episodes, we will introduce you to the three incubator farms that Yara is directing in North America. Through collaborative efforts with customers, partners, and various technology providers, Yara plans to utilize these farms to study and advance insights into all aspects of the cropping system. Modesto, California is the site of ne…
 
If you don't know who Norman Borlaug is, you are not alone BUT need to listen to this episode. Norman has been responsible for saving billions of lives based on his research and revolutionary breeding. Early on he was responsible for helping Mexico, India and Pakistan become self-sustaining in their wheat production during a time of possible famine…
 
Recently on October 13, we celebrated Global Fertilizer Day. Mineral fertilizer is the world's most life-saving innovation. How did this innovation evolve? Yara's Dr. Bill Easterwood, Dr. Trey Cutts, Markus Braaten tell this amazing story - one that began with a dire problem and solved through collaboration between many individuals and companies. T…
 
One of the key decisions a grower and advisor has to make is how to plan for the future and how resources can be most effectively used. This year the nut industry is expected to have record crop yields. Almonds, for example, will be an all-time record. In contrast, the market price for almonds is looking to be near break-even rates. So what do we d…
 
An avocado grower sees dramatic increases in his fruit set and quality when he switches from traditional forms of Nitrogen to Calcium Nitrate this year. Join Yara Regional Sales Manager, Patricia Dingus and Sales Agronomist, Eddie Muro and our retail partner Sunny Brucker PCA CCA, AgRx, as we discuss this 80-acre field trial. Even if you don't grow…
 
Dr. Steve Petrie talks about the different ways we can monitor our crops throughout the season. Each of these methods are valuable and the more you include, will likely help you understand more and use your crop inputs more precisely. Visual Inspection Tissue sample/analysis Soil & Water sample/analysis Digital tools and remote sensing…
 
Just because water is wet, doesn't mean it is good for your soil or crop. Soil will take on the characteristics of the water that is applied. Water quality can play a critical role in fertilizer use efficiency. Dr. Steve Petrie starts the discussion on water quality in this final of three parts of Agronomic Tips of the Week that will help us unders…
 
Just because water is wet, doesn't mean it is good for your soil or crop. Soil will take on the characteristics of the water that is applied. Water quality can play a critical role in fertilizer use efficiency. Dr. Steve Petrie starts the discussion on water quality in this part two of three Agronomic Tips of the Week that will help us understand w…
 
Just because water is wet, doesn't mean it is good for your soil or crop. Soil will take on the characteristics of the water that is applied. Water quality can play a critical role in fertilizer use efficiency. Dr. Steve Petrie starts the discussion on water quality in this part one of three Agronomic Tips of the Week that will help us understand w…
 
In our first "grab bag" we call the Audio Magazine, we get Yara Sales Agronomists: Katelin Britton & Victor Lopez Yara Product Specialist: David Morgan Dr. Steve Petrie to come to the table with topics that are top of mind and we discuss them. Topics include: Heat Stress on Vegetables The 4 Rs of financial success Lighter Walnuts are better tasting…
 
As temperatures rise, our crops can succumb to stress that might have detrimental effects on our yields and quality this year and next year. Permanent Crop Manager, Devin Clarke grows our knowledge with some nutritional strategies that can mitigate these stresses and keep us on track for successful harvests. Calcium in the right form, applied at th…
 
This is our continued discussion with David Chaffin, Digital Agronomist, and Dr. Steve Petrie from last week. Corn yields have improved over the past decades, but we still can achieve more. Dave helps us understand some of the biggest innovations that are on the horizon and how you can begin implementing them for higher yields and profits.…
 
Yara's Market Development Managers, Dr. Trey Cutts and Markus Braaten help us understand how Sulfur and Nitrogen, working together, can increase crop growth potential and farm profitability. Plants use N & S together to build proteins and DNA to assure top yields N & S are needed in a balanced ratio, depending on the specific crop Excessive amounts…
 
Yara Digital Agronomist and corn expert, David Chaffin, joins Dr. Steve Petrie to discuss the agronomics of corn. In the last 100 years our planted corn acres haven't changed much, but our yields have increased dramatically. In the first part of two podcasts, we talk about some of the things that attribute to the higher yields and the potential for…
 
As we continue to understand proper foliar nutrition, we should understand the RIGHT RATE and the RIGHT TIMING for these applications to have the desired results without damage to the plants. It is also good to know about some of the important additives that can increase the efficacy of these treatments. Jimmy Ridgway joins Dr. Steve to help us gro…
 
Foliar nutrition can complete a great nutrition program. Some advantages of using foliar applied nutrition with a base fertility program are: Correct nutrient deficiencies as determined from soil or tissue tests Strengthen damaged crops Speeds up growth Stimulate root uptake Provide nutrient efficiency Crops benefit in two manners by the foliar app…
 
What is Cation Exchange Capacity and why is that important when developing and executing a complete nutrition plan for you crop and field? Dr. Steve Petrie helps us understand what cations and anions are, how they attach to soil particles and why that is important to your fertility plan. Here is a great video created by Learning Games Labs that sim…
 
Dr. Steve Petrie helps us understand how soil pH can help improve nutrient uptake and overall crop health. He answers the following questions: What is pH and how do we measure it? Why does soil pH matter? Is there a best pH for my soil? Why is low or high pH bad? How do we correct adverse soil pH? Is there better forms of fertilizer that can be use…
 
Shay Myers is the General Manager of Owyhee Produce, a third-generation family farm and one of the largest vertically-integrated produce farms in the Nation. Shay joins Brady Stover, Yara Sales Agronomist, and Scott Warr, Digital Farming, to discuss what it takes to be a family farm in today's society. He talks about the challenges they face with t…
 
Soils are the medium for plant growth. Soils have physical, chemical and biological properties that should be understood to maximize the genetic potential of the plants and optimize profitability and sustainability. The physical characteristics we talk about are: Texture Structure Water Holding Capacity Find out what soil you have using the NRCA's …
 
Soils are the medium for plant growth. Soils have physical, chemical and biological properties that should be understood to maximize the genetic potential of the plants and optimize profitability and sustainability. The physical characteristics we talk about are: Texture Structure Water Holding Capacity Find out what soil you have using the NRCA's …
 
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