So in addition to airplane watching and riding, I had an opportunity to do some field checks with Aero Applicators agronomist Wes. He has been doing sales and agronomy work for them for quite a few years. However I noticed that I failed to include him in any of my pictures. Oops. Well go to aeroapplicators.com if you want to see Wes!
I just told about the Pinto Bean fertilizer test at the IRF the other day, and here is a real field. This had 2.5 gal/A of Pro-Germinator + 2 qt/A of Micro 600 in the furrow. They are looking real good as they go into early flower. Micro 600 has a good fit in this high pH soil, as it has 2% sulfur and 2% iron, plus 1% zinc, 1% manganese, and lower amounts of copper and boron.
This is an irrigated field that had High NRG-N + Pro-Germinator + Micro 600 applied by strip till. Then planted. It looks good too. There was a little hail damage seen on the lower leaves. You can also see a lot of pollen on the leaves which kept me sneezing the rest of the day. I've often wondered why some people are bothered by things that don't affect others at all. Like some people are happy to talk to me while some turn the other way when they see me coming. Hmmm.