The ultimate goal for retailers is to provide recommendations, products and services that directly translate into value for their growers.
Growers will be able to make more informed fertility decisions, and address potential issues in advance with soil sample results.
Growers can use drones to fly over a field and take pictures with the camera, the images can then be pieced together to create a crop health map.
Growers can increase yield in 2017 by increasing plant population, effective nitrogen management, weed control strategies and utilizing technologies.
The EPA has developed requirements for new pesticide trait technologies to help ag retailers and growers have more success in the upcoming season.
Nitrogen stabilizers are an important part of a grower’s environmental stewardship efforts: reduction of water pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
Ag retailers can be successful if they prioritize key goals, make smart and informed decisions, and show customers they want to do business with them.
Four things growers can do to help ensure a better ROI is smart seed selection, impactful fertility decisions and effective weed control by using adjuvants.
Four apps that will help growers farm smarter include a web-based ROI calculator, the Pocket Rain Gauge, Sirrus Premium Upgrade, and weekly yield forecasts.
There are three indicators that help determine Iron Deficiency Chlorosis: high levels of calcium carbonate in the soil, salinity and soil pH.