On to spraying

After I got home from work, Clint pulled in to mix another load of pre-emergent spray. I rode along so we could catch up on the day’s news and activities.

All the corn and soybeans have been planted! Corn is coming up great! You can see it in the field in the background.

Spraying requires an applicator’s license. Adherence to the rules and regulations is required. Wind speed and time of day must be documented.

As you can see from the screens and monitors in the cab, there is a reason it is called precision agriculture. I am fascinated by it all!

Now, I will say good night with this photo of last night’s sunset.

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This blog documents our farm life in central Illinois with photographs, experiences, and recipes. Pour a cup of coffee and enjoy sharing part of our lives!
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