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May, 2019


Update From The Field: Stay Ahead of Wheat Diseases

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on May 28, 2019

The wet weather of late is not only playing havoc on planting crops this year, but also fueling fungal spores that may damage existing crops. Due to the slow accumulation of growing degree days (GDD) the wheat is much farther behind in maturity than last year. As of May 2 [...]

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Agronomy Update May 2019

Posted on May 23, 2019

MANAGEMENT By Dave Dyson, Agronomist

The rain just keeps on coming and delaying corn planting in the majority of the Corn Belt. As the 2019 planting date moves further back into May, you may be looking for ways to reduce wait times before planting. I fielded many calls [...]

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The Andersons Welcomes New Account Rep. for Michigan Primary Nutrient Business

Posted on May 22, 2019

MAUMEE, OHIO, May 22, 2019 - The Andersons, Inc. announces the addition of Kelsey Miller to its Plant Nutrient Group to serve as an Account Representative for the Primary Nutrient business. Miller will manage the sales for the business’ primary agriculture products in Michigan. 

Miller earned [...]

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Update From The Field: Three Objectives for Using Starter Fertilizer

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on May 22, 2019

As the rain continues and planting dates keep moving back, a very important question on the table is, “Should I take the time to apply a starter fertilizer when I plant?” The answer is a resounding, “YES!”  The soils and young [...]

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Follow up with Foliar

Posted on May 21, 2019

This spring’s cold, wet weather has delayed planting in many areas of the country, providing a rocky start to the beginning of the growing season. To add insult to injury, the above-normal precipitation has led to an increase in runoff (figure 1), meaning broadcast-applied nutrients may [...]

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The Andersons Expands Organic Plant Nutrient Availability in Northeast Indiana

Posted on May 13, 2019

MAUMEE, OHIO, May 13, 2019 –The Andersons, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANDE) is now offering organic-approved plant nutrients from a new warehouse at its Waterloo, Indiana, location.

The Andersons Waterloo facility will continue to serve conventional growers and dealers, but now has a portion dedicated to supplying nutrient products [...]

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Update from the Field: Three Keys to Successful Planting

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on May 8, 2019

Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? While rain is undoubtedly a good thing, this spring proves the popular saying to be true. Mother Nature is providing an abundance of rain throughout a majority of the Midwest. The excess rain is causing an [...]

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Update from the Field: Feel The Burn

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on May 3, 2019

As I drive across the Midwest, I can’t help but notice the number of acres that have not been burned down yet. Since the 2018 crop came off so late, few herbicide applications were made in the fall, which would normally control winter annuals and the [...]

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