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  • With Nutritional Phosphites, Quality Matters for Stabilization

    With Nutritional Phosphites, Quality Matters for Stabilization

    Quality Matters for Stabilization. Why is stabilization so important? Lack of stabilization leads to negative reactions through degradation of the analysis resulting in poor crop performance.

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  • Nutrient Efficiency :  Always In Season, Always a Good Investment

    Nutrient Efficiency : Always In Season, Always a Good Investment

    You can't control commodity prices, but you can make a conscious decision to optimize your input costs, use efficiency technologies and engage in precision application along with factoring your individual soil, weather, crop production and regulations to reduce waste, improve efficiency and maximize ROI

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  • Striking a Balance: Utilizing Subsurface Tile Drainage

    Striking a Balance: Utilizing Subsurface Tile Drainage

    In the Midwest, 50 million acres of cropland rely on subsurface tile drainage to reduce water table levels and remove excess water from fields. This allows growers to get a jump on spring cultivation and planting, and gives them access to the fields even during wet parts of the season.

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  • To Till or Not to Till?
  • Making the Land Work for Nutrient Uptake

    Making the Land Work for Nutrient Uptake

    There are many challenges that come along with being a grower in California – especially regarding water management, but Brent McKinsey, a third-generation grower in Central California finds ways to utilize his land and his inputs in a way that benefit his operation financially, while also having a positive effect on the land

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