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Drought Stress on Corn

Aug 30, 2021

Click the link below to read all about drought and its effects on corn!

Two-spotted spider mites in 2021 in Minnesota crops?

Jul 30, 2021

The hot, dry growing season has led to infestations of two-spotted spider mites in many areas of Minnesota.

USDA Offers Disaster Assistance to Minnesota Farmers and Livestock Producers Impacted by Drought

Jul 30, 2021

USDA Offers Disaster Assistance to Minnesota Farmers and Livestock Producers Impacted by Drought. Click for  recent publication for Disaster Assistance to Minnesota Producers due to drought.

Harvesting Drought Stressed Forages

Jul 26, 2021

The drought in our area looks like it could be a thorn in everyone’s side all season. Click to learn more about harvesting drought stress forages.

Corn Rootworm (CRW) is showing up with vengeance!

Jul 16, 2021

Corn Rootworm (CRW) is showing up with vengeance! CRW pressure is blowing up this year. Click to learn more.


Jul 09, 2021

Jason Haegele from Winfield United shares tips for managing drought- stressed fields.

In-Season Precision Ag: Field Forecasting Tool

Jun 29, 2021

As we reach the point of machines no longer being able to apply in season nutrients it is well worth the time to sit down and evaluate nutrient levels and yield potential of your fields for a final pass of liquid dry or foliar applied nutrients.

5 Reasons to Apply a Fungicide

Jun 25, 2021

We are coming up on a very critical time of year. While plant and harvest typically get the most attention, the mid-season application can truly make or break your yields. We have outlined the top 5 reasons to apply a fungicide to your crop:

Weed Pressure and Plant Nutrient Availability

Jun 16, 2021

Morgan Kramer, Crop Advisor in Santiago gives insights into how weed pressure can lead to nutrient deficiencies.

In-Season Precision Ag Tools

Jun 03, 2021

With planting in the rearview window now is the time to focus on in season management of your 2021 crop. Scouting your fields for weed, insect, and disease pressure can take a lot of time and effort, identifying areas of a field that have problems can be improved upon greatly by using satellite imagery.

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