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Location: Franklin, Neb.
Years farming: 30
Caring for the land and growing quality crops takes commitment to plant and soil health. Second generation farmer, Danny Olson, utilizes a comprehensive fertility program and conservation tillage to make the most of each acre. Located in southern Nebraska, Olson, along with his wife and son, raises corn, wheat and grain sorghum.
For Olson, crop fertility begins with soil sampling. On his two irrigated pivots, he uses grid sampling and applies fertilizer through variable rate technology. For his unirrigated acres, he collect...Read More of Danny Olson - Nebraska Producer’s Story
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