Dulaney Seed

Mississippi Harvest: Looking back at a successful season

This year, we did a really good job spacing out our acres so harvest would be easier to manage. We went real heavy corn this year — out of 4800 acres, we had 4000 acres of corn, 800 of beans, so I really didn’t want all that corn to be ready for harvest at once. We did a good job, so we could get all the corn harvested in a timely manner and didn’t have everything drying out in the field.

Dulaney Seed AgVenture University Focused on High-Yield Corn Production and Management Strategies

CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI/ KENTLAND, INDIANA (February 17, 2016) — Intensive management, focus on establishing ideal stands, and balanced crop nutrition bring higher yields and improved profitability. That’s the message Mid-South producers heard Tuesday, February 9th at Harlow’s Casino Convention Center in Greenville, Mississippi where Dulaney Seed held their AgVenture University (AVU) Workshop.

Daryl Stapp joins Dulaney Seed as AgVenture Yield Specialist

CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI/ KENTLAND, INDIANA (December 16, 2015) — Farmers across northeastern Louisiana have gained a new AgVenture Yield Specialist. Dulaney Seed, Inc. of Clarksdale, Mississippi has welcomed Daryl Stapp to their team. Stapp will work directly with customers, providing them with access to locally adapted seed products specifically selected for the northeastern Louisiana’s growing environment.

“He Knows My Farm, He Knows My Ground”

I don’t know exactly how many years I’ve been working with Wayne Dulaney, but I would say it’s about 10. Wayne and I grew up together, and our parents are still best friends. And when Wayne got into the seed business, he was mainly selling rice before he got into corn. We were laughing about that today even — Wayne said, “You taught me more about corn in my first two years than I ever knew before.” And it’s funny, because now I depend on Wayne more than anything for all my crops.

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