Market Feed Blog
Posted on July 31, 2019
In this week's crop update, Product Specialist Jessica Link and Senior Sales Representative Seth Miller discuss soybean disease pressure and grain market considerations with the upcoming Supply and Demand report.
Combatting Plant StressSoybean disease pressure is increasing, with presence of Septoria Brown Spot beginning [...]
Posted by Dani Kusner on July 25, 2019
This is the last post in our series of outlining the available OMRI-listed products from The Andersons new organic warehouse in Waterloo, IN. This week, we’ll review the available organic primary NPK products. While we understand you may be more concerned with weed control than NPK application [...]
Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on July 25, 2019
Hopefully everyone had a happy Fourth of July celebration and no injuries were incurred. I’m an avid fireworks participant as I enjoy witnessing the display of colors explode in the sky. Similar to fireworks, when you apply a starter fertilizer during planting, the corn shoots [...]
Posted on July 23, 2019
“With the southern rust, it can be detrimental to entire fields,” says Dave Dyson in this week’s crop update. Watch Agronomist Dave Dyson and Product Specialist Jessica Link discuss problems they are seeing in the field, challenges on the horizon and how to combat them.< [...]
Posted on July 18, 2019
We are in East Central Illinois this week bringing you an update from the field with The Andersons Trade Group. Agronomist Dave Dyson and Executive Account Representative Greg Johnson discuss corn roots and tasseling, preventing herbicide burn on beans with Phosfix® and working [...]
Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on July 18, 2019MANAGEMENT By Dave Dyson, Agronomist
The excessive rain this spring and late planting dates, combined with increased participation in crop insurance, are creating a unique situation. On average, the U.S. has around 3 million acres declared prevent planting per season. According to The Andersons Trade Group, this [...]
Posted on July 17, 2019
“In 2018, over 50% of soils were low to very low in boron”, states Jessica Link in this week’s crop update. Watch Agronomist Dave Dyson and Product Specialist Jessica Link discuss surfactant burn on soybeans and the importance of foliar fertilization.
Posted on July 10, 2019
In this week's crop update, Agronomist Dave Dyson, Product Specialist Jessica Link and Senior Sales Representative Seth Miller talk about low-salt starter providing dividends in the field, recovery process for hail damage throughout Central Indiana and wheat harvest progressing in Northwest Ohio.
Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on July 9, 2019
This past week we have seen the weather, insects, and vertebrate pests play havoc on our struggling corn crops. Parts of the Corn Belt received hail, leveling fields in some areas. However, receiving a heavy dose of hail damage when the corn is in the early vegetative [...]
Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on July 2, 2019
When my kids start complaining about their teenage angst, the saying around my house is: “Do you need a tissue for your issue?” In agriculture, sometimes taking a tissue sample can make you aware of an issue before yield damage has occurred.
Posted on July 2, 2019
"If you see the deficiency, yield is already impacted." Watch Agronomist Dave Dyson and Product Specialist Jessica Link discuss the importance of tissue testing your crops and considerations for corn sidedress.
Posted by Dani Kusner on July 2, 2019
This is the second post in my series of reviewing the available products from our new organic warehouse in Waterloo, Indiana. This week, we are going to review The Andersons OMRI-listed carbon solutions. With available carbon products from The Andersons, a grower can choose to apply a carbon source [...]