Although planting might seem as if it were ages ago, its effects can show up now. While scouting corn in addition to checking ear size and kernel count, take a look at stand, roots and stalks, and re-examine your ears to determine what went right—or wrong—earlier this year. Continue reading here!
An Illinois farmer tells the benefits of growing cover crops in his farming operation. When it comes to growing cover crops, some common advice from the more than 100 farmers enrolled in the Soil Health Partnership is “start small.”
Recently Axis Seed had the opportunity to be apart of something greater. Axis was the sponsor for 2017 National FFA Chapter Award. This award is presented to the chapter who’s program of activities for the year exceed expectation. The overall winner of this award goes on to compete nationally. This year the award was presented […]
As sweet corn season rolls around, you may be wondering what the difference is between the corn we eat and the corn we harvest.The United States grows over 90 million acres of corn a year, and 99 percent of it is not the kind that humans eat on the cob. Read more about the interesting […]