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October 06, 2020
With the number of Bt corn hybrids commercially available, it can be confusing to decide which product best fits one’s needs.
October 06, 2020
Key decisions made before wheat planting have a large impact on the success of the season-long pest management program. Perhaps the most important pre-season decision with any crop is ...
September 29, 2020
Proper soil temperature combined with a forecast of downward-trending, assures you of the best chance of preserving your fall-applied anhydrous ammonia. Read about other useful practices that will help keep N available for next spring's crop.
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September 15, 2020
Choosing the right hydraulic fluid can pay dividends. But there is a lot to know in making a good decision. Viscosity, wear protection, water handling capabilities, foam suppression and oxidation resistance are among the most important considerations.
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September 11, 2020
A Pre-Season Grain Bin and Equipment Check List
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September 04, 2020
Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium usually come to mind first when growers think of critical nutrients for their corn or soybeans. But environmental changes in sulfur levels are causing growers to rethink their nutrient management plans. Learn more.
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