Novus Ag and BASF recently teamed up to provide local wheat growers details on how to get higher yields. With the current farm economy it’s becoming more important to manage inputs, but even more important to smartly invest in ways to increase yields.
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Join us for another look at Novus Ag’s Crop Camp where Jake Straub from Performance Nutrition discusses exactly what kind of an impact an infurrow starter can have on your crops.Read More About: agriculture, agronomy, benefits of starter, corn, crop, crop production, crop protection, crop scouting, fertility, fertilizer, field scouting, in-furrow, infurrow, jake straub, milford center, novus ag, ohio, root hair, root mass, soybeans, starter, yvette fetterly
This is an excellent article from the University of Nebraska which discusses soybean moisture levels and how that impacts the price you are paid by the elevator. Here is a harvest planning consideration that is certainly worth taking a look at and one more way to maximize the financial return on the crop you have […]Read More About: 13% moisture, docked, milford center, novus ag, soybean moisture, soybeans, yield reduction
Get a peek at one of our crop camp sessions where we discuss surface area and fertility. When should you apply fertilizer to the ground and when should it be applied directly to the plant? In this video, Jake Straub from Performance Nutrition joins us to explain.Read More About: agriculture, agronomy, corn, crop, crop production, crop scouting, fertility, fertilizer, field scouting, foliar, groud applied, jake straub, milford center, novus ag, nutritionals, ohio, plant applied, surface area, yvette fetterly
Predicting insect pressure this early in a growing season is difficult.Read More About: Bean Leaf Beetle, Black Cutworm, corn flea beetles, insects, novus ag, pests