Gathered for the Combine Clinic for alfalfa seed production held in El Centro, Calif. in July include from left: Sam Wang, University of California (UC) Desert Research and Extension Center, El Centro; Oli Bachie, UC Cooperative Extension, Holtville; Kevin Grizzle, alfalfa seed grower, El Centro; John Aubin (instructor), Combine Harvesting Solutions, Lewisville, Texas; and Jose Arias, Forage Genetics, Napa, Idaho.
The Combine Clinic includes a field demonstration on Kevin Grizzle’s alfalfa seed operation in El Centro, Calif. led by combine specialist John Aubin of Combine Harvesting Solutions, Lewiston, Texas.
Combine specialist John Aubin shares his knowledge of combines.
John Aubin, on knees, says a good understanding of a combine can help growers improve crop yield and quality.
Alfalfa seed production is about gaining high quality seed and maximum yields.
Efficient and effective combine use at harvest can help growers achieve higher crop yield and quality which can maximize profitability, says veteran combine specialist John Aubin.
Western Farm Press
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