To serve you better we are pleased to announce the newest addition to the Novus Ag team: Associate Partner, Brian Arnold. Brian grew up on a family farm in Clinton County. He and his wife Lorrie have three children Justin, Dylan and Emily. The Arnold family lives on a farm near Sabina. Brian is a graduate of the Ohio […]
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Thanks to the support of area growers, we at Novus Ag recently celebrated our second year in business. In an environment where retailers are rapidly consolidating, we are one of the few new independent retailers entering the marketplace. We founded Novus Ag to give you not only another choice, but to recommend what is best […]
We are pleased to introduce Nourish 360. Learn more about how Nourish 360 can help you to more efficiently manage your crop nutrition budget in our latest video update. Stay tuned for our next update on Nourish 360 next week!
Nearly coast-to-coast storminess reduced drought’s footprint across the nation’s mid-section. Meanwhile, cool, wet weather in the upper Midwest provided much-needed moisture, following a period of rapid planting progress. In fact, below-normal temperatures dominated much of the country. Below are current and historical drought maps showing conditions back to May of 2013:
Both MAP and DAP are excellent sources of phosphorus and nitrogen and have a proven, historical record of yield increases. Differences in fertilizer placement, cropping systems and soil reactions may favor one source over the other in specific locations. The following information examines the broad issues of these differences. Chemical/Manufacturing MAP is manufactured by combining […]