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Are you ready for spring?

Ready or not, spring is here! Check out this video to see our team getting ready to deliver what you need on time– we want you to have one less thing to worry about as you get back into the field.

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Ohio Legislators Adopting Runoff Controls

Both the Ohio House and Senate have now passed bills to control fertilizer runoff in state waterways. With only minor differences, legislators are expected to finalize the bill. House Bill 61 restricts the application of manure and chemical fertilizers when grounds are frozen, snow-covered, or otherwise saturated, or when forecasts call for significant precipitation. Information […]

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Today’s Soil Temps Across Ohio

Fayette County – 38 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Union County – 38 degrees (Sample taken in corn stalks.) Marion County – 33 degrees (Sample taken in a fall tilled field.) Watch for our next soil temp update on Thursday!

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What’s the soil temp?

Planting time is inching closer! Watch for our soil temperature updates from across Ohio coming every Monday and Thursday. We will be the first to let you know when that soil hits 55 degrees. If you have a friend who would like to receive these updates, be sure to tell them to follow us on […]

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Protect your nitrogen investment!

In a market with tighter commodity prices, managing your fertility dollar is a top priority for us at Novus Ag. To put out a corn crop a grower will spend on average $75-100 per acre on nitrogen. That is a large investment! Depending on the year, you can lose up to 50% of your nitrogen […]

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