Farmers are developing new strategies that are both economically viable and eco-friendly and might be key to a sustainable future.
By making sure your crop has all of the nutrients it needs to have a stress-free grain filling stage, your grain yields will improve in quality and quantity.
For the majority of crops, early seeding can significantly increase crop quality and yield. But how early can you plant before the risks outweigh the rewards?
Active AgriScience Inc. announced today it has signed a Licensing Agreement with Hydrite Chemical Company of Brookfield, Wisconsin.
Herbicides may not cause visible damage to your crop, but they still cause herbicide stress which can set the plant back during a critical stage of growth.
Modern agricultural technology can help prepare your crop for the worst conditions, but farmers still struggle with the many manifestations of crop stress.
Smart management of nitrogen results in a win-win-win situation – more nitrogen available to the plant using less fertilizer with reduced environmental impacts.
Fraser Berry Farms is one of the 600 blueberry farms in BC growing 96% of Canada’s highbush blueberries.
As a 4th generation blueberry farmer with a lifetime of experience in farming and the fertilizer industry, Jason Smith knows how to get the most from his crop.
Crop nutritional deficiencies are difficult to determine, but there are simple, visual clues that can help point your diagnosis in the right direction.