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KRISS® Biostimulant for High Management Alfalfa

Jun 30, 2020

Biostimulant Fertilizer for High Management Alfalfa - Containing plant-based amino acids and seaweed extracts, Kriss® biostimulant fertilizer can help enhance plant growth and resistance to stress. The primary positioning of this product is to help drive yield potential and feed quality on highly managed alfalfa.  What are biostimulants? Natural compounds used to enhance plant growth or increase resistance to abiotic stress.What is KRISS® biostimulant fertilizer?Registered as a 5-8-4 NPK fertilizerCombination of seaweed extracts and plant-based amino acidsActive compounds include tryptophan, arginine and plant extractsKRISS® biostimulant fertilizer can help drive yield and quality on highly managed alfalfa by supporting regrowth

WI FARM SUPPORT PROGRAM – APPLY TODAY

Jun 16, 2020

From the WI Department of Revenue, the Farm Support Program will be providing direct payments to farmers that suffered economic damages in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on gross farm income from 2019, the minimum payment is $1,000 and the maximum amount is $3,500. While not a large payment, the online application should be relatively quick to complete with funds expected to be issued on July 15th.

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Ugly Corn Syndrome

Jun 16, 2020

The 2020 corn crop got off to fairly early start, with generally good soil conditions in our area. However, as we are approaching the V3 to V5 growth stages in corn, we can begin to notice some yellowing. This is especially true in areas of the field that we know are stressful (i.e. compacted areas, sandy knolls, wet spots, etc.), but we can also notice the corn becoming off color in other areas where the cause may not be quite as obvious. I like to call this affliction “Ugly Corn Syndrome”.  Now is the perfect time to scout it out! We need to consider all the factors affecting our fields… fertilizer and manure applications, cropping history, compaction, residue management, and tillage practices, to try to determine the best course of action to relieve the plant stress we are seeing. This is also the perfect time to pull plant tissue samples in order to get an exact snapshot of what both “Ugly” and “Normal” parts of a corn field may be lacking. The key is to get our scouting and sampling done right now, so that we still have time to apply management to the corn before it gets too tall to allow us in the field. Give your Premier agronomist a call today so that they can get their boots in your field.

WI DATCP Guidance on Dicamba

Jun 12, 2020

The following guidance was issued by WI DATCP regarding the use of certain Dicamba products. If you were in possession of any of these herbicides as of June 3, 2020, you can continue to apply these products consistent with the label until July 31, 2020.​You cannot distribute or sell these herbicides as of June 8, 2020. This includes unfulfilled deliveries. If you purchased these products but did not take delivery prior to June 3, 2020, you will no longer be able to take delivery of these products. You must return any unused or unsold product through the proper channels through whom the product was purchased

Dicamba Update

Jun 08, 2020

In response to the recent federal appeals court ruling regarding the use of certain dicamba products, the WI DATCP announced late on Friday that the court’s decision to remove the registration for several herbicides will not immediately impact Wisconsin soybean producers.

Maximizing Your Spray Investment

Jun 05, 2020

With post emergent herbicide applications upon us for corn and soybeans, it is important to put together the right tank mix so you can eliminate weed pressure before it impacts yield potential. While selecting the right herbicides and rates is always top of mind, don’t forget to include the right adjuvant package in your tank to ensure the active ingredients reach your intended target. Depending on the herbicides you choose, a water conditioner, surfactant and/or drift control agent might be required to prevent mixing problems and off target movement.  

Address Early-On Issues With Technology

Jun 05, 2020

After the rush of spring planting, it can be hard to monitor every field for in-season problems such as poor stands, nutrient deficiencies, seedling diseases, early-season pests and weed pressure. There’s just not time to go back and perform manual scouting evaluations on every field it seems. Early detection of issues can make all the difference in yield potential at harvest. That’s where the R7® Field Monitoring Tool and NutriSolutions Tissue Testing can help.   

Certain Dicamba Product Use Appealed

Jun 04, 2020

Late last night the US Court of Appeals overturned the EPA’s approval for the use of certain dicamba products including Engenia, FeXapan and XtendiMax. The ruling effectively makes it illegal for farmers to continue to use the product.  

June Crop Production Tips

Jun 04, 2020

Planting season is almost complete in Wisconsin. Here are a few crop production tips to remember this June.

Coronavirus Financial Aid

Jun 03, 2020

USDA is accepting applications for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program now through August 28, 2020.

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