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Re: urethane paint

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Most farmers don't have time to do soil sampling to the extent that you do it. For corn in western KS, there is less and less side dressing, nearly all is under center pivots, planted flat and minimum or no till. There is some dryland corn (no yield the last 2 years because of the current drought), but there is also some furrow irrigated corn and grain sorghum. Very little cultivation, fertilizer usually preplant followed by anhydrous before it gets to big for the tractor to get in. I think most farmers have commercial soil samplers, and due to the large acreage the same company monitors the fields and schedules or at least tells the farmer when to spray for insects. Also some soybeans but I know little about them because most of my work was dryland where beans can't usually be grown. Also a LOT of irrigated alfalfa around here. I think most farmers know that you can't beat soil testing, also a typical retailer might have his own ideas about selling more fertilizer, but you'll be ok. The crop occupying the most acres is still winter wheat, probably 3/4 dryland and 25% irrigated. Dryland is either rotated with corn or sorghum with a 10-11 month fallow period between crops or a 15 month period between crops if all dryland to store water. The dryland crops don't use much fertilizer.

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02-21-2013 18:03:35

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 Re: urethane paint in reply to CNKS, 02-20-2013 19:46:48  
....aaand so what do these two posts have to do with urethane ??? lol

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02-22-2013 11:11:43

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 Re: urethane paint in reply to B-maniac, 02-21-2013 18:03:35  
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Me, too. Maybe I can blame it on this site not having PM capability. :lol: Another thing I would like to blame it on is not being able to find an email address anymore. I know my profile has my email in it, but when you look at a post in classic view it says "no email." What do you have to do to make it work?

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02-22-2013 06:30:14

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 Re: urethane paint in reply to B-maniac, 02-21-2013 18:03:35  
Absolutely nothing, it got out of hand and should have been done by email. I apologize, because I don't like to see it happen, then I did it.

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