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Fall Nitrogen Application Reminders

Reminders for Successful Anhydrous Ammonia Applications

Sep 16, 2021

In just a few weeks, fall nitrogen applications will be underway across the Midwest. Now is the time to make sure you’re ready to help your customers get the max out of their fall anhydrous ammonia. Here are four reminders to ensure successful fall applications. (Sponsored content)

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BASF Soybean Field

Post-harvest — A Time to Reflect and Plan

Sep 07, 2021

Getting the upper hand on weed resistance is challenging. Post-harvest is an excellent time to reflect with your customers on this season’s weed issues and create a plan with them for 2022 and beyond. BASF and other industry partners developed a resource to assist with weed management tips for your customers, Operation Weed Eradication an industry-wide coalition, taking the approach that the last pigweed standing is likely the strongest, most capable and the most genetically resistant weed on the farm. (sponsored content)

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Brevant seeds

Use 2021 insights to shape 2022 decisions

Aug 18, 2021

August is one of the final hurdles to harvest. High temperatures and low rainfall often stress crops. Brevant™ seeds works together with retailers to watch for pests in the final weeks of summer as farmers begin harvesting and making decisions for the next season. (Sponsored content)

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Frogeye leaf spot

Scout for Late-Summer Soybean Diseases

Jul 08, 2021

The dog days of summer will be here soon. At this time of the season, the bulk of crop protection applications are complete and harvest is only a few months away. Use this opportunity to do some late-season scouting in your customers’ soybean fields. (Sponsored content)

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BASF Engenia History Timeline

Help Your Growers Plan Their 2021 Dicamba Weed Control Program

May 18, 2021

While getting seed in the ground is usually the first challenge facing growers, maintain effective weed control ranks a solid second. Providing advice to growers on timely post-emergent herbicide applications can be critical to preserving yields and generating profits. (Sponsored content)

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Brevant Seed Bins

Stepping up for ag retail

May 17, 2021

We talk a lot about doing business differently and supporting ag retail, but talk without action is a lot of wasted breath. And we like to deliver on our promises. So, this year, we’re going all in to celebrate everything that retail does. Because it’s about time a seed brand supported you like you support others. (Sponsored content)

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CoBank Q1 Report

CoBank Quarterly: US Economy Gathers Momentum

Apr 20, 2021

The U.S. economy continues to outperform expectations as stimulus funds are fueling robust consumer spending. Consensus forecasts point to 7% GDP growth for 2021, the fastest rate of expansion since 1984. Inflation is inevitable, however, as the 2020 price declines will widen year-over-year inflation over the next two quarters, and new upward price pressure should push headline inflation above 3%. (Sponsored content)

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Warmer Weather Sparks Specialty Crop Pests...And Customer Calls

Apr 01, 2021

As the weather starts to warm, insect numbers – and calls from customers – rise. By partnering now with Atticus, LLC, retailers can help specialty crop growers manage what Mother Nature throws at them this season with integrated pest management advice and relevant crop protection solutions. (Sponsored content)

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Corteva Minimizing Risk

How to Minimize Resistance Risk

Mar 09, 2021

Rotating herbicide modes of action is a crucial component of a resistance management plan, especially for those wheat growers who include chem fallow in their rotation plan. Chem fallow may help farmers manage production costs and conserve soil moisture for future crops. However, the practice is also associated with a disproportionate number of herbicide applications made to crop-free fields, increasing the potential for resistance development. (Sponsored content)

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Atticus Wheat


Mar 01, 2021

As your wheat and other cereal grower customers look for solutions to decrease lodging, many turn to plant growth regulators (PGRs) to ensure strong stalks and an easier harvest. However, growers are often deterred from using beneficial PGRs due to their high cost. Atticus, LLC is cautioning against employing risky growing practices to avoid using PGRs and offers alternatives without the heavy price tag of branded products currently on the market. (Sponsored content)

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