In this episode of From the Ground Up, Jim and Jess are joined by Mike Cowbrough of OMAFRA for a discussion on herbicide resistant weeds - and Mike's 3 suggestions for management.Read More
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From the Ground Up - Weekly agriculture podcast with Salford's agronomy expert Jim Boak, brought to you by Salford Group - where we discuss everything farming, ag, and more. Missed an episode? No worries, they’re all here for you to catch up on.
Jim Boak gets you ready with 4R methods.
The 4R nutrient stewardship principles are the same globally, but how they are used locally varies depending on field and site specific characteristics such as soil, cropping system, management techniques and climate.
Check out Salford’s regular podcast, as Jess Nicholson sits down with the company’s “farmer in residence,” Jim Boak.
Farmers are up to the challenge for better nutrient management.
Nutrient management is being pushed to the forefront of farming as science and government are making direct links between fertilizer/manure application and urban water quality.
(Osceola, IA) – Salford continues to expand its product offering, making the most of its new equipment divisions, BBI Spreaders and Valmar Application. The new PathFinder, available for fall 2015 and displayed for the first time last week at the Midwest Ag Industries Exposition, is formally launching at Farm Progress Show 2015.
Salford Group is a global leader in the manufacturing of tillage, seeding, and precision application equipment. Salford is dedicated to improving agricultural productivity and profitability through innovation and advancements in precision, durability, versatility in the field. Salford Group includes the patented Independent Series line of tillage implements as well as a complete line of conventional tillage machines and air drills. Salford’s AerWay division brings quality tillage and pasture aeration equipment, and the BBI Spreader and Valmar Airflo divisions of Salford bring decades of patented dry application innovations. Salford engineers and manufactures its highly productive agricultural equipment from its facilities in Iowa, Georgia, Ontario and Manitoba.
Salford Group, with facilities in Iowa, Georgia, Ontario, Manitoba, and Russia, is a global leader in the manufacturing of tillage, seeding, and precision nutrient application equipment. The company dedicates its ongoing innovation efforts to precision, durability, versatility in the field, and improving the economics of farming for producers worldwide.