Tuning Combines and Organic Cover Crops
Season 1, Episode 4 • 8m 39s
S1.E4: Technicians go over combine maintenance and adjustment with the crew, and Randy checks out an organic cover crop that, at just 3 weeks old, is already 24 inches tall. Though it's there to fix nitrogen for next spring's corn, deer will be feasting on it this fall.
Up Next in Grigsby: Season 1
Erosion Work and Hanging the Last Stand
S1.E5: Randy talks through the steps in a soil conservation project with the USDA's Natural Resource Conservation Service. Then, Mike hangs the final stand of the year in preparation for the upcoming season. With 160+ stands in place, prepping the Grigsby is quite a job!
Harvest Time, Plus a Giant Buck Encou...
S1.E6: Bow season is finally open in Illinois, and Mike sees a giant buck on his very first day in the woods. But fall means crop harvest season, too. The Grigsby team hits the field and explains how a combine works.
First Buck of the Year—10-Pointer at ...
S1.E7: Mike has a big 10-pointer stroll by in chip-shot range on his first sit over the new clover plot. Plus, he spends time fishing with his son at midday, and checks in on the harvest update. It's mid-October, but more than 50% of the corn and beans are still standing.