Using insecticides at planting is a gamble, they can be expensive and some years they won’t pay off, but when they do pay off they pay off big. Yield increases with the addition of in-furrow insecticides are a result of adding another level of protection and keeping plant healthier. Healthy plants with even emergence and […]
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We wanted to share a recent article about the black cutworm populations that have been making their way into the Midwest. Staying on the preventative side is what we encourage when we hear of these types of pests. Southerly winds are currently blowing cutworms into the Midwest. There have been intensive black cutworm moth flights […]
Dirty Planes= Thousands of Acres and Dedicated People The outside of Brian Fisher’s plane is just a testament to the hard work that goes on inside the plane and the planning before it can even be ready to take off. The priority is always the grower and we are proud to serve to the best […]
There are many soybean fields this year that have great yield potential. Looking at fields for disease and insect pressure has proven that insect feeding is there and they can greatly damage your yields.
Novus Ag wants to extend a huge thank you to Brian Fisher with Fisher’s Crop Care by Air for the dedication to spraying acres over this holiday weekend. Our operations team along with Fisher’s Crop Care by Air accomplished over 10,000 acres over the weekend. Three planes were utilized and orders continue to get fulfilled. […]