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Icon_missing_medium RobertBland 1 Post
16 hours ago

Crop Protection / Basis crop protection course

Hmmm . So you didn't bother to actually read the article then. 
The whole global climate is changing. That much we can all now see with our own eyes. 
If you are seriously claiming that this will have no effect on crops that have evolved to grow in the climate we are now leaving then you are simply a fool. 
The effects are obvious already and we are only at the very beginning. Just get out of the way.
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Icon_missing_medium spadekevin 4 Posts
18 hours ago

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Seed problems?

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Which seeds are a problem, and why?They are all containable in baskets.  Squash seeds move in a clump.Cabbage seeds are the hardest to see, but they are insanely small and hard to work with in real life (about the same size as poppy seeds, and round, so they roll all over the place).I could make it so that your harvest cabbage seeds in a clump like squash seeds.

 

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Icon_missing_medium spadekevin 4 Posts
22 hours ago

Cover Crops / Need a good cover crop recommendation for home garden

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I have a small 4x6 ft raised bed that I built a few years ago in my fenced in and otherwise paved or graveled over backyard (urban rowhome). I've thus far grown regular garden vegetables using the square foot gardening method, but young kids and increasing job responsibilities mean tending it is too far down my list of priorities. I also don't want to rip it up because I like the idea of it, it's literally a ton of dirt I hauled back there and would have to do something with, I'd have to gravel or pave over the space, and I'd like to turn back to it if I could later. (I think the sunk cost fallacy is at work here too, tbh.) But I need to do something so it doesn't weed over. I'm considering planting a "cover crop" of some sort next year (or over winter if that's when it should be planted). The goal would be to put it in a holding pattern, prevent it from being an eyesore full of weeds, and be something I could easily remove without tons of volunteers emerging if I want to reclaim it as a vegetable garden. Bonus points if it smells nice or is functional (large herb bed??).Any suggestions?

 

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Icon_missing_medium spadekevin 4 Posts
06/16/2018

Equipment / Origin of the term "Plant" as in "Plant and Equipment"

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I'm not sure if this is the correct section for this question. Moderators / admin please move if you feel necessary to do so.An American friend has asked me why we use the word "Plant" in the UK (and elsewhere ?) to denote equipment, e.g. construction equipment. I have to be honest in that I have no idea and wondered if anyone here could help me.

 

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Icon_missing_medium spadekevin 4 Posts
06/16/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / What happens to a plant when you put it in a jar?

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My 7 year old daughter has a science project due on March 1, 2008 for her first grade class. The experiment is "what happens to a plant when you put it in a jar?" We are required to use the scientific method and will present to the class in early March.Our hypothesis is that the plant will die. We have two plants, one in the jar and one outside of the jar. Both are on the kitchen counter (I've included a link to the photo of the plants at the bottom of this post). We watered both plants prior to putting the one in the jar. Our thought is that the plant in the jar needs to be left alone for the duration (since it is in the jar, technically, we should not be opening the lid to water and such). We believe that eventually, the lack of nutrients (i.e. water, CO2) will kill the plant in the jar, while the plant outside the jar will thrive because it will be watered and will get CO2.I am not concerned if our hypothesis is right, because that is the fun of the experiment (learning). However, I do have some questions:

1 - Are we on the right track?

2 - What other types of research should we/could we be doing?

3 - Am I correct to think that we should not be opening the lid on the jar to feed the plant?Any insight/thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

 

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1 MikeCurley 1 Post
06/13/2018

Crop Protection / Basis crop protection course

Imagine that, crops don't do well when they are not watered when it's hot. Crop yields are sure to drop because farmers won't adapt to this. Really? Bigger plants somehow will also lead to lower crop yields in their minds! 
 
Never mind that the move away from fossil fuels invalidates any silly conclusions they make because they used a high emissions scenario that is unrealistic.  
 
It is well known that CO2 makes plants more drought resistant because they more efficiently respire, I will
do my homework today later to check if I am not mistaken, but I am sure that CO2 makes plants more drought resistant. They need less water not more with increasing CO2 levels. Farmers can also maintain the same crops in a warmer climate by using seeds more adapted to those conditions.

 
Icon_missing_medium funnyjokes 5 Posts
06/13/2018

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Icon_missing_medium funnyjokes 5 Posts
06/13/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Problems with planting trees in front of house

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Icon_missing_medium funnyjokes 5 Posts
06/13/2018

Equipment / Best way to sell logging equipment

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06/13/2018

Equipment / How should a company go about selling equipment to its employees?

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Icon_missing_medium funnyjokes 5 Posts
06/13/2018

Welcome to Farmers Forum / planting into winter rye

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06/06/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Seed to Garden

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Icon_missing_medium elianahermio... 1 Post
06/06/2018

Cover Crops / Need a good cover crop recommendation for home garden

A good crop needs good soil and lots of fertilizer. Crops need to be tall to have a good yield e.g wheat cotton. Generally the taller they are the higher the yields are and to get this you need to irrigate the crop if it get dry and fertilize when needed Mostly more grains and height makes a good crop. essay writer service uk

 
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06/04/2018

Crop Protection / Herbicides

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06/02/2018

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06/01/2018

Nutrient and Residue Management / retention of crop residues

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06/01/2018

Cover Crops / Cover Crops

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Icon_missing_medium suzainlian 1 Post
05/24/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Tree planting threatening Scotland??? Really????

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Icon_missing_medium JesseVoss 25 Posts
05/21/2018

Nutrient and Residue Management / retention of crop residues

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The retention of crop residues is now one of the cornerstones of current farming systems. Residues help protect the soil from wind and water erosion, keep the soil cool so as to preserve precious water, and also help cycling of nutrients. Heavy and tangled stubbles can create problems at seeding, provide habitats for pests and diseases and present problems with pre-emergence herbicides. As a result, there may be a need to burn crop residues., and burning may be an option. 
However, when residues are burned, up to 80% of the N and S contained in the stubble is lost, and around 40% of the P and K. So, there is a loss of nutrients and the soil is left bare, and so presents an erosion risk until seeding.

 

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Icon_missing_medium JesseVoss 25 Posts
05/21/2018

Nutrient and Residue Management / soil fertility

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A 3 year field experiment was conducted to study the productivity, soil fertility and N-use efficiency of intensified Rice-Wheat (R-W) systems by adding a third pre-rice crop of mungbean. System productivity, fertility and N use efficiency were evaluated under five N fertilizer levels (0, 50,100,150 and 200 % N of recommended dose, two straw retention (SR) levels (0 and 100%) and two tillage options (permanent raised bed and conventional tillage with planting on the flat (CTP) in a R-W- mungbean cropping system. Permanent beds with straw retention produced the highest productivity for all three crops in the sequence. Within each N rate the total system (rice-wheat-mungbean) productivity was greatest with 100% SR on PRB and least in CTP with no straw retention. At 100% of recommended fertilizer N rate, mean annual system productivity was 12.5 t/ha for PRB with 100% SR, 11.2 t/ha with PRB without SR and 10.3 t/ha with CTP without SR. N uptake and use efficiency were increased with increasing N levels with bed planting up to 150% N application (150 kg N ha-1) in wheat, 100% (80 kg N ha-1) in rice and 100% N (20 kg N ha-1 ) in mungbean for all three years. System productivity in N unfertilized plots increased when straw was retained due to increased supply and uptake of N. The results suggest that N fertilizer rates may be reduced when straw is retained. Soil organic matter in surface soil layers of the PRB had increased by 0.22% after 3 years (3 rice-wheat-mungbean crop cycles) with straw retention, with a greater increase with 100% SR. Straw retention is an important component of soil management and may have long term positive impacts on soil quality. Compared with conventional tillage with crop residues removed, the combination of PRB with nitrogen and residues retained appears to be a very promising technology for sustainable intensification of R-W systems in Bangladesh

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Icon_missing_medium JesseVoss 25 Posts
05/21/2018

Equipment / Vehicle jerking back and forth\shaking is making it too uncomfortable to play. Others have mentioned this, no fix yet.

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Icon_missing_medium JesseVoss 25 Posts
05/21/2018

Equipment / Hired worker issue

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Icon_missing_medium JesseVoss 25 Posts
05/21/2018

Equipment / Hired worker issue

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I play farming simulator 17 but am having ongoing issues with my hired workers. On a save game, the hired workers for the fertilizer spreader, sprayer, and weeder will not work. They used to work fine but all of a sudden those three implements don't work with a hired worker. I press the hired worker key on my keyboard, the tractor and implement doesn't move at all, and it says that the worker has completed their task. The fields that I want them to work on are not fertilized or anything. They do not work in any crop stage. The weeder obviously just used in the first stage, but it doesn't work in the first crop stage, as well as the sprayer, and fertilizer spreader. I created a new save game and discovered that the hired workers for the weeder, fertilizer spreader, and sprayer worked again. So I got my equipment back on this new save game and they worked fine. But today i was ready to use the weeder on my new crop in the first stage and it said that the helper has completed their task. So I tried the other two implements that also had this problem in my last save game, and they did not work as well. I would appreciate it so much if someone could help me find a solution to this very aggravating problem.

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Icon_missing_medium JesseVoss 25 Posts
05/21/2018

Crop Protection / Insecticides

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The world market for insecticides is dominated by compounds interfering with the nervous system of pest invertebrates, since this target organ usually provides rapid control. Insecticides acting on target sites such as acetylcholinesterase (organophosphates and methyl carbamates), voltage-gated sodium channels (pyrethroids), nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (neonicotinoids) and ligand-gated chloride channels (macrocyclic lactones and phenylpyrazoles) account for more than 75% of total insecticides sales. First introduced in 1944, organophosphorus compounds (OPs) are economically still the most successful and diverse chemical class of insecticide. More than 100 different active ingredients belonging to this class are known. One of the most successful OPs is considered to be chlorpyrifos. This non-systemic insecticide, used on both the foliage and the soil, affects the stomach and respiratory action of the pest. All OPs act by binding irreversibly to the enzyme, acetylcholinesterase (AChE). This prevents the hydrolysis of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the central nervous system (CNS) and leads to prolonged periods of nerve excitation. This then results in paralysis and subsequently death of the insects and their predators. OPs are used to control almost all pests including Lepidoptera (e.g. moths), Coleoptera (e.g. beetles), Diptera (e.g. flies, such as whiteflies, and mosquitoes), Hemiptera (e.g. aphids and leafhoppers). Additionally they control nematodes (parasitic worms) and mites. 

 

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Icon_missing_medium JesseVoss 25 Posts
05/21/2018

Crop Protection / Herbicides

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Herbicides are used to control the growth of unwanted plants (weeds). Modern herbicides generally act by restricting growth. They inhibit the action of one or more of the many receptors that catalyze reactions which are essential to the growth of the plant. There is one group however, the auxins, that kill by overstimulating growth. With selective herbicides, either the target in the weed is affected more than that of the crop, the herbicide is degraded more quickly within the crop, or the uptake or translocation of the active ingredient differs from that of weeds. Non-selective herbicides kill crops as well as weeds.The herbicide is absorbed by the leaves and then translocates to the roots. By inhibiting the action of an enzyme it prevents the production of aromatic amino acids needed by the plants for protein synthesis. As this enzyme is absent in mammals, glyphosate has little toxicity. It is very effective and is rapidly degraded in the soil and by light. It is marketed under many names including Roundup and Tumbleweed. Although glyphosate is a non-selective herbicide, selective seeds of corn (maize) and soya have been developed (via genetic engineering) whose plants can withstand the herbicide. Thus, fields can be sprayed with the herbicide and these transgenic crops will be the only ones that will not be affected. These seeds are used in many parts of the world but have not been allowed in most EU countries, except in very tightly controlled trials because of public concern about the effect of transgenic crops on the environment.

 

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