Universities are some of the most trusted resources in agriculture. The research that comes from university extension departments is typically top tier, and many growers rely on that research in developing their strategies for the coming year.
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.
As Twitter continues to become a more popular resource for information and news, we wanted to compile a list of agronomists to follow. Check out these Twitter accounts for ag news, information and best practices.
One huge factor to consider in planting is that your crops might not have complete access to all the nutrients they need to grow properly. We’ve developed three steps for you to follow when determining whether or not your crops are making efficient use of the nutrients available to them.
Nutrient availability is essential for crops throughout the growing period, particularly in the early growth stages. Crucial micronutrients such as phosphorous and nitrogen can get tied up in the soil and rendered unavailable for uptake by the plant. It’s important to develop a fertility plan that optimizes both the nutrients in your fertilizer, as well as the nutrients in the soil.
Learn how four growers are using innovative technology to increase their nutrient efficiency.
Learn the top 3 ways that using STI Customized can save money on seed treatment.
Wet weather can take its toll on crops, but find out how Larry Garlisch from Illinois is keeping his plants healthy this season.
Agronomists and growers working together as business partners to get the best value, increase plant health and maximize yields.