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AgVend and WinField United Retailers Streamline Digital Tools

Jul 22, 2022

“This is about improving the digital experience for the retailer and the grower—and collaborations such as this  maximize our companies’ individual strengths while allowing each party to focus on what they do best. At AgVend, we have a vision for a digitally connected supply chain, which relies on a variety of industry players working together,” Reichert says. 

Phytophthora Root & Stem Rot

Jul 20, 2022

Phytophthora root and stem rot is a significant disease in many areas where soybeans are grown. It can kill and damage seedlings and plants throughout the growing season from the time of planting nearly until harvest. With the rain and warm weather we have had in our territory it has created favorable conditions for Phytophthora root and stem rot.

6 Tips for Planting Success

Apr 14, 2022

As temperatures rise and spring inches closer, it gets more tempting each day to fire up the tractor and get in the field. However, deciding when to plant is one of the first (of many) management decisions that will impact your crop’s performance this season, so it pays to be patient and make sure you’re planting at the most optimal time in the most optimal conditions. Here are six tips to help you decide the right time to put your corn and soybean seeds in the ground.

What Can MAX-IN K Do For You?

Jan 18, 2022

Foliar potassium may garner some skepticism at first mention, but when a product like MAX-IN® K is used properly, it can take a grower’s plant nutrition strategy up a level. Let’s explore how and when it’s best to recommend this new product. 

Farm Journal Test Plots: A Phantom Lurks in Your Corn Fields

Aug 10, 2021

As harvest approaches, it’s important to recognize there’s an invisible enemy lurking in your corn fields. Phantom yield loss occurs when a crop is allowed to naturally dry down to a certain point before harvest.Does the elusive dry matter lost equate to bushels? If so, is it enough to justify switching up harvest timing and paying for drying? Those are the questions Farm Journal Field Agronomist Missy Bauer set out to answer in 2019 and 2020.Today’s genetics have changed, Bauer explains, and kernels are taller, wider and deeper.  

Insect Pressure on Corn Acres

Jul 22, 2021

Corn rootworm pressure is showing up in our geography, and depending on differing management styles, some areas are seeing heavier pressure than others. So why is pressure so strong this year?

2021 NuWay Agronomy Corn Test Plots

Jun 11, 2021

NuWay Agronomy has 6 corn test plots and 3 soybean test plots this year. We are so excited to watch these throughout the growing season and collect valuable data at harvest. These test plots allow us to try brand new products on acres that are representative of our geography. We are able to learn about these products on every level which allows us to best make recommendations unique to you and your acres.  

2021 NuWay Agronomy Soybean Test Plots

Jun 11, 2021

NuWay Agronomy has 3 soybean test plots this year. We are so excited to watch these throughout the growing season and collect valuable data at harvest. These test plots allow us to try brand new products on acres that are representative of our geography. We are able to learn about these products on every level which allows us to best make recommendations unique to you and your acres.  

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. 

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