NEWS: The Return of Arbos Bubba combine harvester

did you understand of which combine harvester we are talking about?? the ARBOS come back in production The Arbos, as you know, has been closed in the 1994 but these combines are beloved by a lot of italians if you google Arbos combine in few seconds you have a lot of results because still now […]

Featurette: CLAAS Combine Harvesters

The Claas Dominator combine harvester. Officially released in 1971 it was the most sold combine harvester series in Europe for many years. Get one of the latest models of this legendary classic as part of the pre-order bonus pack in the Farming Simulator 19 Platinum Edition. The Dominator 108 SL Maxi We hope you had […]

Combine Moisture Calibration – Harvest Checklist 6

The moisture calibration is done while harvesting grain. We’ve already loaded our combine configuration, so the next step is to select an event and load the run screen. Press Select Event. The Management Selection screen will appear. Select the current growing season and grower and verify that the correct farm and field are shown for […]

Effect of Electricity on Plant Growth | DIY Gardening Experiment on Electro-Culture with Results

Hello Friends! In Today’s episode, we will investigate the effect of electricity on Plant growth. Let’s conduct a simple experiment on electroculture and see what happens to plant growth when they are electrocuted with a low DC voltage? Coming up! This experiment can be a very good school project for kids to develop their interest […]

Warning! Rock Dust Contains Heavy Metals! Are they Safe For Your Organic Garden?

Alright! This is John Kohler with Today I have another exciting episode for you, and we’re going to talk about something near and dear to my heart today. This stuff is called rock dust and it’s the number 1 thing I believe you guys should add to your garden to get he outstanding growing […]

Speaker Series: Temple Grandin

Good morning everyone. My name is Wynn Coggins and I am the deputy chief administrative officer for the USPTO. I want to welcome everyone both here in person and those joining us online to what is our third installment of the USPTO speaker series. Today’s event is very special. It features an inspiring individual, Dr. […]

Iron Chlorosis | From the Ground Up

Despite our best efforts to manage our soil correctly and add the nutrients we need, we may still notice some nutrient deficiencies in some of our plants. In particular one I’d like to talk about today is something called iron chlorosis. The symptoms of iron chlorosis are yellowing of the leaves while the veins still […]

Can You Melt Obsidian and Cast a Sword?

Over the past few months I’ve been working on this video as a follow-up to user comments on a previous video on if it’s possible to cast obsidian. This proved to be a major challenge that took six attempts, broke multiple crucibles and two different kilns. But I didn’t want to stop until I finally […]

Apache or Werk Weld Creep Feeders?

hey buddy what’s up ready for a trip yeah all right let’s go hey everybody it’s Ryan welcome back to How farms work so as many of you know I’ve been shopping around for creep feeders to put in with my calves for the summer to help bulk them out and I took some suggestions […]

From the Workshop: Gas supplies

If you’re like me you’ve probably looked at your oxyacetylene bottles or argon for your TIG or argo-shield for your MIG welder and thought about the amount of rent on those bottles, let alone the cost to fill them up when they are empty. And you’ve probably thought “how much is that actually costing me […]