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New Age AG

“Tim Norris can remember standing at the Ohio Farm Science Review in 1998, and one farmer friend in particular was laughing off the new concept of auto-steer.” – farm journal

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Jul, 10, 2019

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Corn Stages of Growth

The University of Illinois Extension shares with us the growth stages of a corn plant. From VE to R6 this graphic is a great illustration of the life of a corn plant.

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Jun, 26, 2019

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Sun’s Out, Seed’s Out

MOSTLY DRY WEATHER IN CORN BELT WILL ALLOW PRODUCERS TO SPEED CROP SEEDING. Successful Farming has the story.

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Jun, 12, 2019

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Modern Agriculture

From GPS guided self-driving tractors to drones monitoring crop health, today’s modern farms use an array of innovative technologies to grow crops and utilize resources more efficiently than ever before. GMOs are one of modern agriculture’s many innovations and they are already allowing farmers to grow more food with fewer resources.  GMOs are also contributing […]

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Jun, 04, 2019

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Insurance Deadline

With unceasing rain keeping farmers out of fields, growers who are waiting to plant are increasingly weighing how best to get paid. Kansas farmer Mark Nelson had until May 25 to plant his corn or lose the insurance that protects him from a drop in prices or yield. Instead, he’s hopping on a plane to […]

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May, 30, 2019

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Nationwide Coverage

Axis Seed is devoted to helping you and your farm perform at it’s very best. We strive for quality standards and continues research to support those standards. Visit our website for more info on how to get and stay connected! www.axisseed.com

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May, 24, 2019

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Great Northern, Light Red, & Pinto

When you think of farming and beans, naturally the Soybean comes to mind. However, it’s important to remember that it takes all types of farmers and all types of beans to make the world go ’round. Did you know that 200,000 acres of land western Nebraska is used to produce edible dry beans and produces […]

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May, 21, 2019

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Prayers & Patience

Wet weather calls for patience and prayers among our farm families With saturated soils leaving many acres unplanted and planted ones wetter than most seedlings can withstand, farmers are crossing their fingers that we get some warmer weather ahead. Successful Farming has the story.

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May, 17, 2019

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CORN PHOTOSYNTHESIS

Corn plants respond to environmental changes by opening and closing the stomata – or the pores on their leaves. Carbon dioxide goes in when the stomata are open, but water vapor goes out at the same time. These tiny structures are crucially important in climates with less predictable rainfall. Full Article Here

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Feb, 13, 2019

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