Knowledge Center for Agriculture Solutions | Koch Agronomic Services
Knowledge Center for Agriculture Solutions | Koch Agronomic Services
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With harvest quickly approaching, planning for next year may be top-of-mind for many. From seed genetics to fertilizer input, there is no shortage of decisions and bets to be made. But what if you could take away the some of the uncertainty that comes with planting a crop and give it the best foot forward from the moment it is planted?
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Every spring, crops face a series of challenges that can cause poor emergence and slow growth.
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When it comes to farming, controlling limiting factors is a critical component to reaching maximum yield potential and improve your operation’s bottom line.
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Among the many limiting factors growers face as they search for higher yields, nutrients are one factor that shouldn’t be overlooked.
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Many growers across the U.S. haven’t turned a wheel this spring. Spring rains, and in certain parts of the country cold conditions with snowfall and cool soils, have delayed field work this season.
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Transient Deficiency: A short-term deficiency with potential long-term impacts. A simple way to explain what could quickly become an issue a crop may face each season.
Growers looking to provide the critical nutrition needed for early crop establishment can now turn to PROTIVATE™️ nutritional seed enhancer. With proprietary blends of nutrients applied directly to the seed, PROTIVATE is tailored to maximize emergence and resilience for a variety of crops.
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Let’s set the scene. Harvest has wrapped up. You’ve met your yield goals and you’ve started marketing your grain. You evaluate the crop's performance and the state of your fields. Before you know it, with the previous crop in mind, it’s time to shift gears to the next crop, moving to understand how the nutrients removed in the harvest portion of the crop align with your current and future fertilizer program.
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The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (KAS) breaks down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less.