I would appreciate input on my website. www.croptecsolutions.com I will eventually have more pictures of more crops. I would like to also have a recommendations page to show what other people think about our products. Also if you have any questions I would be happy to answer them. Thank You
My first suggestion is always soil samples to determine exactly where things are. Here in oklahoma we are having great results with 4 gpa of the LS924 (9-24-3) in furrow. Then as soon as it get's big enough to hold chemical (4-6 leaves) 1 quart of micromax xp (This is a really new product it's awsome!) It has essential micronutrients together with the famous binbuster xp. You can look it up on www.binbusterxp,com. Then according to soil samples is where we go with a gallon r two of KQ-XRN depending on test results. And nutrient deficiencies. Thank You for your input!! I really appreciate it.
Yes David, I am trying to write a biography about my family and I, but I don't know what to say. Everytime I start I erase it, come up with something different, and then erase it again. But there will be something soon... lol
Cool! I never thought about it, but it definately makes sense! I will get new pictures soon! I really Thank You
Thanks for listening, it was just my .02 cents (if it's even worth that)!
I think it's worth A LOT more than that. I am going tomorrow afternoon to take new pictures to fix the problem. I wouldn't have asked for input if i didn't fully intend on fixing what my potential clients want to see. I will definately remember I owe you a LOT more than two cents if you ever purchase anything from me. But until then Thank You very Much.
On the 2011 wheat pics you have one no-till into wheat stubble and the other one on worked ground, that would not be comparable to me...(my opinion), but that's on the product, not website.
Looks like a good start to me....
Thank You Nick, In my area I am one of the only "No Till" guys here. The tilled wheat is actually about 2 weeks older than the no'till. It was already up when I started planting. I will be doing some with strictly no'till of my own, and some full tillage. I will take pictures as the crops mature. I really appreciate your input. I am going to leave strips in the other fields so I have actual side by side in the same spot senarios. I have been thinking about placing signs at each picture site so I can show the exact same spot every time thru out the growing season. Thank You once again for the input.