Ag News

    Are Plant Growth Regulators Worth the Investment?
    Mar 30, 2021 |
    Biological growth stimulants have been getting more attention from the agricultural community in recent years, but you may be wondering if they actually live up to the hype.  
    Navigate Dicamba Label Changes for In-Season Spray Success
    Mar 24, 2021 |
    As farmers prep for another season with dicamba label changes, it’s a good time to review best spray practices to ensure in-season success. If you’re planning a dicamba application, there are a few requirements that could change how you manage your crop.
    3 Tips to Maximize the ROI Potential on Micronutrient Applications
    Mar 17, 2021 |
    Compared to macronutrients, which are generally applied in hundreds of pounds per acre, micronutrients might seem less critical for plant nutrition. 
    4 Tips for Successful Weed Control
    Mar 15, 2021 |
    Spring is almost here, and you know that the emergence of troublesome weeds won’t be far behind. If you haven’t done so already, talk with your local trusted advisor about your weed-control strategy for this season. 
    What's the Value of an Adjuvant?
    Mar 15, 2021 |
    Imagine you’ve invested in a new state-of-the-art planter. You’ve done all the planter maintenance and calibration to set up for a successful spring, but in the midst of all that prep, you forgot to fuel up your tractor. Without the tractor, that expensive planter...
    3 Tips to Maximize Micronutrient ROI
    May 05, 2021 | Answer Plot
    Be Confident In Soil Sampling Results
    May 03, 2021 | Answer Plot
    Get Intentional About Tissue Sampling
    Apr 27, 2021 | Answer Plot
    Variances in weather conditions can create many challenges. If you’re not adjusting your crop nutrition decisions to account for the conditions, you could be steering your program in the wrong direction. Here’s how in-season tissue sampling and ag technology tools can help...
    4 Ways to Upgrade Your Early-Season Spray Program
    Apr 20, 2021 | Answer Plot
    Once your burndown application is complete and fields are ready for planting, it’s hard to think about anything but getting seeds in the ground. For effective weed management , however, planting must be balanced with a strategic herbicide program to ensure effective weed...
    What Could a Wet Season Mean for Your Crops?
    Apr 15, 2021 | Answer Plot
    Moisture is essential for optimal crop growth, but too much of it can flood fields and hinder plant performance. Knowing the answers to these questions can help you prepare for and mitigate the effects of saturated soils. 1. How is plant nutrition affected when crops receive...
    What Could a Dry Season Mean for Your Crops?
    Apr 15, 2021 | Answer Plot
    Abnormally dry to extreme drought conditions can have substantial impacts on crop performance. Even though some parts of the country are seeing plenty of moisture now, we all know conditions can change quickly. Consider these insights as you think ahead and prepare for dry...


    Farm Safety for Kids Spending More Time at Home
    Apr 09, 2021 |
    For students across the country, distance learning has become the new normal. And for parents on farms and ranches, that means kids are spending increased time around farm equipment, animals and potentially hazardous materials. 
    4 Critical Lubricant Checkpoints on Your Vehicle
    Apr 09, 2021 |
    Demand for delivery service is growing, and while that’s great news for your business, it also presents new challenges for your fleet. When it comes to your vehicles, increased workload means increased strain — which in turn means increased risk of breakdowns.
    CHS grows access to high ethanol blend fuels
    Apr 07, 2021 |
    High ethanol blend E15 gasoline is available at about 50 Cenex locations and that number is expected to grow.