November 12, 2020

2020 Data: Go Deeper Than Yield To Find Value.

The late October snow has come. Although the snow-covered ground this time of year is rarely a welcomed sight, it arrived following what may have been […]
November 5, 2020

Learn From The Past…But Maybe Not The Recent Past

As I write this article, it’s the 22nd of October and I’m watching snow fall while my 7-year-old is home from school, riding snowmobile on 10” […]
September 9, 2020

Field Day Plot Tour- Prosper, ND

Join us for a field day plot tour on September 10, 2020. Let’s raise more bushels in 2021. Featuring: Regional Agronomist, Jason Hanson of Rock N’ […]
September 9, 2020

Your FieldView Pre-Harvest Homework

The summer has gone by quickly and it’s getting closer to harvest. That means it’s that time of year to make sure your Climate FieldView account […]
August 10, 2020

Field Day Plot Tour- Coming To A Field Near You

Join us for a field day plot tour in your area. Let’s raise more bushels in 2021. Featuring: Corn & soybean agronomy experts John McGillicuddy & […]
June 5, 2020

Dicamba Ruling – Does it Affect Your Farm?

The ag world is buzzing with the news of this week’s court ruling blocking the sale of in-season applications of dicamba in soybeans. While this is […]
May 28, 2020
Stand Evaluation

How Does Your Corn Stand Up? Adam’s Evaluation Tips.

The corn is emerging and now is the best time to walk your fields and assess your planting quality. There are two methods I use to determine population. The “row length” evaluation […]
May 19, 2020

The Soybean Population Sweet-Spot: NDSU & PFS Agree!

As May rolls in, so does spring fever! Spring fever symptoms are those very familiar to farmers: restlessness, loss of appetite, and daydreaming as we wait for the planters to […]
May 5, 2020

Splitting Fertilizer Application to Gain Yield

It’s that time of year where growers are thinking about purchasing or allocating their fertilizer for 2020. Fertilizer is one of the highest and most variable […]
April 30, 2020

Unrecoverable: Three Corn Planting Sins to Avoid

There are certain mistakes made in life that can be compensated for: Overcook a hamburger? Just add a little extra cheese or ketchup! Stayed up too […]
April 27, 2020

Get Your Corn In “The Zone” This Spring

The use of management zone in your fields has become much more popular in the past 5 years. And rightly so. As technology advances, we are better equipped […]
April 21, 2020

Ole & Sven Over the Years: Research You Can Use

In 2005 we introduced the Ole & Sven Research Plot here at our headquarters in Prosper. Ole & Sven was created to localize our agronomic research and […]