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Tissue Sampling: What You Can’t See Can Hurt You

Taking tissue samples now identifies unseen nutrient deficiencies and imbalances in the growing crop that may or may not be visible as you walk your fields. When imbalances and deficiencies are discovered early they can be addressed with a foliar fertilizer or foliar nutritional application before yield has been negatively impacted. Once the deficiency symptoms […]

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Big Corn Concepts: Burndown

If you are preparing to plant into a no-till field you are probably considering your burndown options for this year. Your burndown herbicides can be applied with your early pre-plant or separate. However, it is important to have a clean slate for the up coming planting season. A field of weeds can interfere with planting, […]

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Do Innova Performance Products really work?

You’ve heard for years about miracle products “guaranteed to boost your yield.” Of course the first question that enters your mind is, “Does this really work?” You may have wondered the same thing about Innova Performance Products. Here is an experience from one area grower who used Innova Performance Products as part of his Nourish […]

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Today’s Soil Temps Across Ohio

Fayette County – 55 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Union County – 57 degrees (Sample taken in corn stalks.) Marion County – 60 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Watch for our next soil temp update on Thursday! Follow us for more updates: www.novusag.com www.facebook.com/novus.ag www.linkedin.com/company/novus-ag www.twitter.com/novusag

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Today’s Soil Temps Across Ohio and Southern Michigan

Fayette County – 52 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Union County –  50 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Monroe County MI –  48 degrees (Sample taken in sandy loam, no-till.) Watch for our next soil temp update on Monday! Follow us for more updates: www.novusag.com www.facebook.com/novus.ag www.linkedin.com/company/novus-ag www.twitter.com/novusag

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