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As an innovator for agronomic solutions, Koch Agronomic Services (KAS) consistently strives toward being the crop nutrient enhancement leader by empowering our employees. With this, the KAS team is dedicated to the agriculture industry—some even outside their career.
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Every spring, crops face a series of challenges that can cause poor emergence and slow growth.
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If you’ve been around agriculture for more than a few days, then you know weather can be a fickle friend and this year may be setting up to be no different.
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Critical to the growth and health of all crops, boron is one of the most important micronutrients for plant production and maximizing yield potential.
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The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (Koch) will break down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less.
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Zinc was one of the first micronutrients recognized as an essential nutrient vital for plants. This nutrient is needed throughout the growing season for crops to reach their full potential.
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When companies want to build a broader awareness of a subject, they call their marketing team.
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No matter the conditions, protecting applied nitrogen is an important part of a strong nutrient management plan.
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Getting the most out of your input investment is important to every grower. In east central Iowa, Jamie Vesely is someone growers lean on for input advice.
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James Leonard grew up on a row crop farm with livestock. As far back as he can remember, he loved agriculture.
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Working in supply chain has always been an interesting job. But as the logistical challenges of transporting goods has changed, the people who specialize in those areas have had an opportunity to take a new look at how they do their jobs.
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