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How to Develop a Nutritional Plan

Developing a Nutritional Plan Know Your Nutrients What nutrients are required to make a bushel of grain? Most growers immediately think of Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium. Some other producers may also think about Sulfur, Zinc, and Manganese. But it also takes a plethora of other micronutrients – such as Chlorine, Iron, Molybdenum, Aluminum, Calcium, etc […]

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Growth Stages of Corn & Soybeans

  For your reference, here are the growth stages of corn and soybeans. It is important to recognize the different growth stages especially when considering post applications this year. Applying herbicide and foliars at the key growth stages can be a big factor on the uptake and protection of your crop. We recommend speaking to […]

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Novus Ag 2019 Planting – Drone Footage

  We know it has been a tough planting season, but it is always good to be reminded that crops did go in the ground this year and we are looking forward to making the best of what is to come. Thank you Jay Writsel and Clifton Family Farms for letting us take footage of  […]

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Soybeans treated with Hype, Trifecta and Spark, 2018

Product Spotlight: Hype

We have seen Hype™ by Innova Performance Products, become one of the most successful high yielding contributors on the market. It has quickly become one of our number one foliar nutritionals on soybeans applied during the vegetative stages. Growers who have seen the benefits and yield increases from using Hype™ with glyphosate now even have the option of […]

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Pythium damping-off exhibiting a typical brownish water-soaked lesion on the hypocotyl and disintegrated secondary roots. (Sourced from aganytime.com)

Be Aware of Seedling Diseases This Year

With the weather we have been experiencing, it is not  uncommon for seedling disease to make an appearance. When corn and soybean seed remains under ground with cool, wet conditions, seedling blights from various fungi can invade. There are three seedling diseases we should look out for this year: pythium, fusarium and rhizoctonia. Some fields […]

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