Listen to Steve Carlsen with West Central Distribution talk about maximizing nutrient efficiency by using nutrients available in the soil and fertilizer.
Listen to Steve Carlsen, technical specialist with West Central Distribution, as he discusses the key indicators and how growers can prevent IDC.
Regarding new dicamba technologies, growers need to keep in mind new formulations, minimizing volatility, reducing drift, and regulations.
Growers should utilizer their retailer to help improve efficiency and making effective decisions to produce high quality and profitable crop.
Retailers need education in order provide and play an indispensable role in bringing high-tech and complex products and practices to their growers.
Growers will have a successful season if they stay aware of: timing and environment, planting depth, seed treatment, pH sensitivity and soil fertility.
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A few factors growers should consider to improve the health of their soil is to build organic matter, no-till and cover crops.
To proactively prepare for the upcoming planting season: prepare the soil, develop and implement a fertilizer plan, and ensure your equipment is working.
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