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  • Converting Nitrogen to Bushels: Two Factors Keeping Crops from Productivity

    Converting Nitrogen to Bushels: Two Factors Keeping Crops from Productivity

    There are two primary factors that lead to increased plant vigor, growth and productivity - carbon fixation by stimulating photosynthesis and nitrogen (N) uptake and utilization.

    Lab + Field
  • 10 Tips for Successful Fall Fertilizer Applications

    10 Tips for Successful Fall Fertilizer Applications

    Applying phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) in the fall may seem like a no brainer, but the practice is pivotal for the following year's growing season and attaining top corn and soybean yields.

    Implement
  • Weather Volatility Shifts Fertilizer Effectiveness

    Weather Volatility Shifts Fertilizer Effectiveness

    Increasingly volatile weather conditions may be changing how farmers handle their crop nutrients. As weather conditions remain uncertain, it's important for farmers to talk to their local agronomist and create a nutrient plan that takes into account this volatility.

    Emerging
  • 4Rs Will Be Standard for Next Generation's Producers

    4Rs Will Be Standard for Next Generation's Producers

    An increase in food demand coupled with environmental concerns raise challenges for all farmers to maintain a profitable yet sustainable crop.

    Groundswell
  • Together, Let's Ask "Why?"

    Together, Let's Ask "Why?"

    Farmers regularly ask and answer a series of questions in order to meet the demands of their operations.

    Groundswell
  • More is Just "More" When It Comes to ROI

    More is Just "More" When It Comes to ROI

    These days, return-on-investment scrutiny applies to just about every product and practice you might choose to throw at your corn and soybeans in an attempt to maintain profitable yields while simultaneously trimming production costs.

    Implement
  • Iowa Takes Proactive Approach to Water Quality

    Iowa Takes Proactive Approach to Water Quality

    For farmers across the country, issues surrounding water quality are front and center. Many states are doing this well, and Iowa was among the first. At times, it may seem there are more questions and criticisms surrounding water quality than there are answers and solutions. So how can farmers manage nutrient runoff into waterways while also protecting their profitability?

    Preserve
  • Adding Nodules: The True Power of an Inoculant

    Adding Nodules: The True Power of an Inoculant

    Some schools of thought say that selecting what seed to plant is the most important decision farmers make all year.

    Lab + Field
  • GroundWork - What's in a Name?

    GroundWork - What's in a Name?

    Why did we choose to name this space “GroundWork™?” Because we’re starting with the fundamentals. We’re focused on the most essential, critical and indispensable of our daily decisions on the farm – not to twist any tongues, but it’s the groundwork to our literal ground work, necessary to produce every successful crop and support on-farm productivity.

    Groundswell
  • Central Valley Ag Starts with Nitrogen to Address Water Quality

    Central Valley Ag Starts with Nitrogen to Address Water Quality

    We sat down with Mike Zwingman of Central Valley Ag recently to talk about his work at CVA and the challenges his customers face with managing nitrogen nutrition in their crops, both for improved performance and environmental impact.

    Preserve
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