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Giant Ragweed: A Big Problem

Giant ragweed is a literal big problem – it can grow up to 17’ tall…

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Know More, Grow More provides recent localized crop management advice to help maximize your fields’ potential.

Crop-Specific Posts

Dec 12, 2018

Manage Fusarium Dry Rot with Seed Treatments

Prevention of fungus begins with a proper seed treatment.…

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Dec 12, 2018

Why Does Soil pH Matter?

Soil potential hydrogen (pH) is the amount of acidity or alk…

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Dec 12, 2018

Consider Your Herbicide’s Length of Residual

As you look for advantages over yield-robbing, tough-to-cont…

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Growing Region Posts

Dec 9, 2018

Iowa: 2018 Season Recap

Iowa’s weather spanned the spectrum this season. So what d…

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Dec 7, 2018

Bargain Herbicides: Cheap Now, Costly Later

While some seem great, they aren’t always a true bargain w…

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Dec 7, 2018

Best Practices for Soil Sampling

Soil sampling is a great and relatively inexpensive activity…

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The Right Seed Treatment Can Greatly Impact Crop Productivity

To maximize yield potential, it’s more important than ever…

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Syngenta Has a Winning Roster of Fungicides

Syngenta goes all-in on disease control, adding Miravis fung…

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Digital Technology Is Transforming Ag Production Practices

As the “internet of things” grows within the agriculture…

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