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Fall burndown

Fall burndown for proper weed control – your best bet for clean fields!

Is fall burndown a part of your crop management system? If not, you may struggle with proper weed control. Many varieties of weeds are becoming more and more difficult to manage. We continue to see resistance in weeds. You are likely noticing the same thing.

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Harvest Update

These photos show a side by side from Ross County. The corn was planted on May 8th with a 32,000 planting population. The corn on the left was fertilized with two tons of non-traditional fertilizer in February of 2015. The corn on the right was fertilized with 150 pounds of MAP treated with EcoPhos, 200 pounds of […]

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Don’t be fooled by the dry harvest. You might have compaction throughout your field.

There were many times during the 2015 growing season that many farmers in the Midwest were tempted to trade their four-wheel drive tractors for rowboats. There’s no question 2015 graced us with historical rainfall records, but don’t be fooled by this dry harvest. The heavy rainfall left its mark in our soils, and farmers need […]

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Innova Row Starter

Harvest Update

A field east of Marion was split with 6-24-4 plus ChixMix versus and untreated check with no starter. This grower saw a 13+ bu/acre yield increase on the side of the field treated with 6-24-6 and ChixMix. ChixMix is a ready to use row starter additive formulated with several innovative technologies that compliment your chicken […]

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