Knowledge Center for Agriculture Solutions | Koch Agronomic Services
Knowledge Center for Agriculture Solutions | Koch Agronomic Services
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Two of the largest challenges faced in sugar beet production are increasing yields and increasing sugar content and quality.
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Micronutrients play a large role in potato production. Regardless of the type or variety of potato, complete and efficient micronutrient nutrition can achieve maximum yield and quality potential.
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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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Copper is an essential micronutrient for plant nutrition and is needed for successful crop production.
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The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (Koch) breaks down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less.
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When it comes to being a farmer, it is no secret that unpredictability and challenges are a way of life. In fact, most of a farmer’s attention will typically be directed toward applying inputs, controlling pests and weeds, and attempting to analyze weather forecasts.
One of the most satisfying sights to witness is the vibrant green sprouts of a crop emerging from the soil. It’s a scene that portrays the hard work, sweat and days of meticulous planning in physical form.
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Don’t discount manganese when it comes to a nutrient management plan for crop production.
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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.
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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.
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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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Post-harvest always comes with a check list of to-dos as growers gear up for the next season. From fall applications, equipment maintenance, learning about new technologies, seed selection and soil nutrient evaluation, fall and winter can be a busy time of year.