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2018 Grower Appreciation Reception

Novus Ag held its annual Grower Appreciation Reception during the National Farm Machinery Show last week in Louisville. This annual event, held on Wednesday evening of the show, has grown in attendance each year. It has been a great opportunity for growers from all parts of Ohio and the Midwest to visit with other growers […]

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Marestail Could Be a Problem Yet Again This Spring

A grower can expect, especially this year, to have a marestail problem in the spring. With failure to apply fall burndown treatments, you are at a greater risk. Research shows that if the grower advances his/her herbicide mixtures, includes non-ALS residual herbicides, and considers split-spring applications, they can have a better handle on marestail in […]

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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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How does a Growing Degree Unit and emergence impact yield?

Oftentimes we evaluate emergence by the number of plants that successfully break through the soil rather than when the plants emerge. Although the number of plants which emerge is important, the timing of emergence is a notable factor in final yield potential. Yield is improved when plants emerge within 10 GDUs of each other. A […]

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Do infurrow starters really provide a benefit?

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.

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