Your crops are hungry. That’s why making sure the nutritional needs of your crop are being met throughout the entire growing season is crucial to boosting yields.
The 7-9” of rain that fell the last week of April and first week of May definitely has caused most farmers and seed professionals a few headaches and some heartburn as a good portion of the county’s corn acres went in the ground between April 19th and April 26th.
Late last week there was an important trade announcement that will certainly impact the U.S. agriculture industry.
With the delayed corn emergence this year, I had a grower inquire the other day about corn seed size and whether a specific seed size emerges any quicker than another.
This past fall the national soybean yield record was broken by Georgia farmer, Randy Dowdy, who raised 171 bushel soybeans.
If I asked you to make a list of 10 people who most influence your business, how easy would it be for you to do?