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.
The biggest issue growers face is the compressed planting timeframe, and manufacturing companies have started to provide solutions for this issue.
When asked how important nutrient availability is to his operation, without hesitation, Jack White from central Minnesota said it was right up there at number one.
Ashley Runholt from Cottonwood Co-op discusses her experience with Redline, and what she’s seen so far of the effect of Levesol on crops.
Learn how to use starter fertilizer for crops in specific situations, which can lead to better plant health, emergence, and yield increase.
Achieving a solid return on investment is one of the best ways to fight back against lower commodity prices, but how do we go about achieving it?
Battling iron deficiency chlorosis doesn’t have to sacrifice yields. Making more iron available to soybeans opens up options for higher-yielding beans.
Dr. Fred Below from the University of Illinois describes the discrepancy between average corn yields and some extremely high yields that have recently been produced. He sees opportunity for more farmers as they prioritize and realize the importance of better crop management practices.
As crops display more herbicide resistance, new technologies and new regulations need to be considered. New technology is great, but it isn’t worth very much if you can’t implement it due to environmental or stewardship concerns. That’s why West Central and the LIFT partners aim to provide advanced and sustainable solutions that allow growers to proactively combat potential challenges.