How to Identify & Avoid Zinc Deficiencies in Your CropsRate this post When it comes to raising healthy crops, you cannot rely on the benefits of just one essential nutrient. A well-rounded balance of key micro- and macronutrients is critical to maximizing your crop’s yield potential. One nutrient that has not always been as highly […]
LIFT Ag Academy Course #7: Prepare for Spring Disease & Insect PressuresRate this post Protecting your seed against the hundreds of harmful pathogens and insects that affect crop production is key to maximizing yield. Prepare for the spring planting season by learning how to fight back and protect your crops from common diseases and pests […]
Take the P Challenge & Maximize Your YieldsRate this post Phosphorus is a key essential nutrient necessary to optimize healthy plant growth and yields. However, industry research shows that over 50 percent of production acres are phosphorus deficient. Research also shows 83 percent of growers are concerned about phosphorus getting tied up in the soil. […]
Seed treatments play a crucial role by providing protection for the seed and seedlings against disease and insect pressure from the moment they are planted.
Lessons to Learn from 2017 to Make 2018 a Great Crop YearRate this post Image courtesy of Ron Frazier It is widely understood within agriculture that no two crop seasons are the exactly the same. We also know that even with all the variables, there is a lot that we can learn each year to help […]
Ag retailers can now offer their growers with a dry, liquid and now granular option for combatting IDC with the new Soygreen Granular.
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.
Customized seed treatments help retailers and their customers control costs since they only pay for the active ingredients they need.
The EPA has developed requirements for new pesticide trait technologies to help ag retailers and growers have more success in the upcoming season.