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Let's Talk Data Privacy: Episode 110
Let's Talk Data Privacy: Episode 110
Nov 08, 2019 | Answer Tech
Hybrid Options for Consistent Performance
Hybrid Options for Consistent Performance
Nov 06, 2019 | Answer Plot
What’s the key benefit a product needs to deliver to make you buy it again and again? I’ll bet that most of the time, you’re looking for consistency. A product that’s stable. Reliable. Not flashy. A product you can depend on.It’s no different when...
Research Reveals That Nutrient Balance Matters
Research Reveals That Nutrient Balance Matters
Nov 05, 2019 | Answer Plot
600,000 data points. Since WinField United launched the NutriSolutions® tissue sampling program in 2008, that’s the volume of data we’ve gathered about the nutrient status of various crops. With that information, we’re discovering new nutrient management...
Find Ways to Improve Profitability: Attend a Clinic
Find Ways to Improve Profitability: Attend a Clinic
Nov 04, 2019 | Answer Plot
Make room on your calendar this winter for an opportunity to improve your operation’s profitability. WinField United retailers will be hosting more than 3,500 clinics to share agronomic insights and help you get more from your acres, as well as highlight the latest plant...
Harvesting Safety: Precautions for agricultural workers
Harvesting Safety: Precautions for agricultural workers
Nov 01, 2019 | Sunrise Cooperative
Harvesting equipment is some of the most dangerous machinery you will encounter on the job.
Evaluating Hybrid Response to Fungicide Pays Off for a Minnesota Farmer
Evaluating Hybrid Response to Fungicide Pays Off for a Minnesota Farmer
Oct 24, 2019 | Answer Plot
As a seed advisor, it’s my goal to help farmers get the most from every acre. When one of my farmers was looking for ways to find incremental bushels on his farm, we started looking at the response-to-fungicide (RTF) scores for his corn hybrids to see where we could...
Gear Up for Fall Burndown Now
Gear Up for Fall Burndown Now
Oct 22, 2019 | Answer Plot
A clean start in the spring. Improved chances of on-time planting. Fewer pest havens. These are just a few of the benefits of an effective fall burndown. What’s your burndown strategy for this year? Talk with your local trusted advisor now about how to limit next season...
Tips for Capturing and Using Harvest Data
Tips for Capturing and Using Harvest Data
Oct 21, 2019 | Answer Tech
It’s important not only to successfully gather your yield data at the end of the season but also to leverage its full value. Here are five tips to get the most from it.  1. Rank harvest order by biomass. A number of ag technology tools can measure the crop biomass...
Crop Model Field Report: September
Crop Model Field Report: September
Oct 17, 2019 | Answer Tech
This summer, WinField United tested and aggregated the in-season recommendations of the R7® Field Forecasting Tool across the country on what we’re calling Sentinel Plots. We’ve talked with the agronomists who are managing several of these plots and have posted...
High-Potential Soybean Traits Require High-Precision Management
High-Potential Soybean Traits Require High-Precision Management
Oct 04, 2019 | Answer Plot
As the 2019 growing season goes into the history books, you’re probably well on your way to creating your 2020 farm plan. If you grow soybeans and are considering your options for next season, it’s important to choose the right genetics and trait package for your...
4 Steps to Make the Most of Zone Soil Sampling
4 Steps to Make the Most of Zone Soil Sampling
Oct 02, 2019 | Answer Tech
How did this year’s dynamic weather affect your soil’s health? One way to find out is by doing a soil test this fall. The results can help you set a baseline for managing nutrients next season. Here are a few tips to make the most of your soil sampling efforts...
October Safety Tip: Tips for Teens in Agriculture
October Safety Tip: Tips for Teens in Agriculture
Oct 02, 2019 | Sunrise Cooperative
Every year, thousands of farm workers are injured and hundreds more die in farming accidents. According to the National Safety Council, agriculture is the most hazardous industry in the nation. Be aware of the hazards and safety practices on a farm, especially as a young worker.
Plan Now to Mitigate 2019’s Weeds In Your Fields
Plan Now to Mitigate 2019’s Weeds In Your Fields
Oct 01, 2019 | Answer Plot
Don’t let 2019 weed challenges haunt you in 2020. Abundant moisture last spring and in early summer meant that weed populations flourished and adequate control was difficult. So what can be done at this point to make sure 2019’s weed pressures don’t cause...
Five Reasons to Use BioZolve to Dissolve Organic Waste
Five Reasons to Use BioZolve to Dissolve Organic Waste
Oct 01, 2019 | Sunrise Cooperative
Eliminating solids and odors in septic systems, grease traps and ponds can be tough. Why not let naturally occurring bacteria that thrive in organic environments take care of the work?
8 Tips for Gauging Crop Performance and Harvest Needs
8 Tips for Gauging Crop Performance and Harvest Needs
Sep 30, 2019 | Answer Plot
This growing season is one for the record books — and not always in a good way. But as challenging as it’s been, there are still lessons to learn and things you can do to make the most of it.   Many farmers went weeks between plantings, waiting for more...
3 Tips for Preparing a Nutrient Management Plan
3 Tips for Preparing a Nutrient Management Plan
Sep 25, 2019 | Answer Plot
Excessive rains are like flushing money down the drain. Nutrients lost through the soil are nothing but lost investments. Because of the saturated soils we saw this season, it’s more important than ever for farmers to go into 2020 with a solid nutrient management...