Especially when the forecast turns cold and wet, a starter fertilizer may help get the seedlings off to a good start.
You don’t have to wait until harvest to know how well your seed performed. You can do some early season evaluation to gauge yield potential.
By Steven D. Johnson, Ph.D. | Farm Management Specialist | Iowa State University Extension
When you look down the uniform, picket-fence rows of your newly emerged crop, you know without a doubt that you made the right seed choice, your planter was perfectly calibrated and Mother Nature
By Jerry Hartsock | Cutting Edge Consulting and Research Services
By Randy Dickhut | AFM, Sr. Vice President Real Estate Operations Farmers National Co.
By Adam Jech | AgVenture Yield Specialist | The Seed Source