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How to Approach Nitrogen Applications on Weak Wheat Stands

This past November, Ohio experienced very cold and wet conditions. The late-planted wheat fields therefore had a smaller window of time for growth. When cold weather sets in early, fall tiller production becomes difficult. This has been hard on wheat this year, including our lack of snow cover, a lot of standing water, saturated soils, […]

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TerraMax and the Importance of Inoculants

We announced as a company back in March that we would be carrying TerraMax products and since then, we have seen some great success from our customers who decided to give this inoculant a try. To refresh, TerraMax products include Azospirillum. It’s a naturally occurring, plant growth-promoting microbe (bacterium) that works as a nitrogen fixer […]

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Understanding Soil Microbes

When discussing soils, we typically omit one of the most important pieces of the puzzle – the soil microbes. Soil microbes are rarely discussed, and, if they are a topic of discussion, they don’t receive adequate attention. Although invisible to the naked eye, the soil is teeming with billions of powerful microbes responsible for a […]

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Friday’s Pre-Plant Meeting Highlights

Last Friday, Novus Ag held their Pre-Plant Growers Meeting with special guest, Missy Bauer. Missy is a leading agronomist in the industry and has been a key educator at Corn College since its first year in 2008. Bauer has also worked closely with Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie for over 10 years.

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