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DON’T FORGET SULFUR

IT’S TIME TO START TREATING SULFUR LIKE N, P, AND K. Read about it here. 

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Jan, 13, 2017

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From Your Fields to Their Fryers

Dietitians are excited about high oleic soybean oil, which gives food companies the functionality they need without using partially hydrogenated oils. Continue reading here!

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Jan, 12, 2017

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Does Changing Climate Change Soils?

Researchers ran 12 climate change models to predict how soil organic carbon levels would react to changing climatic conditions. Read more here!

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Jan, 11, 2017

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We Don’t Know What We Know About Nitrogen

Inconsistency among years and sites means your preferred nitrogen strategy probably works…whatever it is. Or, maybe not. Read about it here!

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Jan, 09, 2017

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Biological activity in soil Is key for today’s high-yielding crops

Today’s high-yielding crops require a greater amount of nutrients to be replenished each year. The soil’s biological activity is key to ensuring the crop receives the nutrients it needs. Continue reading here!

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Jan, 06, 2017

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New Grain Drying Technology Offers Energy Savings

GSI is introducing an advanced heat reclaimer system capable of reducing operating costs of its tower grain dryers up to 30 percent, depending on grain type and ambient temperature. Read about it here!

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Jan, 05, 2017

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4 Common Ways Seeds Are Improved

GMO Answers helps us understand how our seeds improve from year to year. Check out this neat illustration!

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Jan, 04, 2017

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Managing Soil PH May Help You Get The Most Out Of Your Soil

Is low pH limiting nutrient availability in your soil? A soil pH between 6.5 and 7.0 is ideal for agronomic crops, but a soil pH greater or less than this affects nutrient availability and may lead to toxicity. Continue reading here!

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Jan, 03, 2017

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DON’T REMOVE TOO MUCH RESIDUE

When figuring the dollar value of harvesting corn stover for either livestock use or ethanol production, build a long-term hedge into the equation by first determining how much crop residue the soil can afford to lose. Read more here!

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Dec, 30, 2016

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Food Ingredient. Food Stock. Fuel.

This photo is a great reminder of all that corn does for us all in our everyday lives.

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Dec, 29, 2016

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