At Flint Dairy in Hanford, co-manager Bert Wilgenburg, added that it is important to do ground spraying of the crop to keep weeds at bay and to avoid air spraying that can be hit or miss because of obstacles such as utility lines. “The spray timing is critical,” he said, adding that using ground rigs on his corn last year resulted in a 30 ton per acre crop. Wilgenburg said he became acquainted Giacomazzi’s system through his daughter, who drove strip till equipment ...

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