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Ag Talk Tuesdays - Shared screen with speaker view
Kasia Duellman
02:58
Welcome to the August 4 session of Ag Talk Tuesday. The session will start at 11:00 AM. Following the crop updates, our Featured Topics today are: "Economics/cost of production/markets forecast" presented by Ben Eborn; and"Solid Dairy Manure and Manure Compost Nutrient Survey Results" presented by Lide Chen.
Pamela Hutchinson
15:20
Way to go Sarah!
Kasia Duellman
43:35
https://cropalerts.org/
Albert Adjesiwor
46:25
Albert T. AdjesiworAssistant Professor of Weed Science & Extension SpecialistKimberly Research & Extension Center3806 N 3600 E | Kimberly, ID 83341Office: 208-423-6616 | Cell: 208-490-3623Email: aadjesiwor@uidaho.edu
John Wright
53:41
One does have to be careful reporting what dairy producers receive. Processors are quite ingenious with extra charges when $20 milk prices hit. Still dairies are making money in this state for the first time in 5 years.
Juliet Marshall
54:56
Thanks for that clarification - the milk producers certainly needed a profit to make up for the drop this spring.
David Callister
57:55
Ben, drop in March was for COVID. Was the quick bounce back up for flour used at home? Summer usually sees lower wheat prices.
Pamela Hutchinson
01:09:54
Ben -the herbicide costs you show are they per Acre?
Kelly Olson
01:14:00
What will be the ramifications for grain markets if US politicians decide to the tear up China trade deal as retaliation for COVID?
Mario de Haro Marti
01:34:31
Lide, did you compared weed germination between compost and manure samples?
Albert Adjesiwor
01:36:24
You beat me to it. I was wondering the same thing....thanks for asking
David Callister
01:42:20
could have increased microbial activity impacted nutrients available to grains?
David Callister
01:48:55
My experience on the farm is lodging more common with manure use than when only commercial fertilizer is used. Much the same that Juliet has seen.