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November 21, 2016

More Robust Soybean Plants & Higher Pod Counts with Extract PBA

Posted by Agricen

In the fall of 2015 and spring of 2016, Crop Production Services (CPS) locations in Northern Ohio conducted trials to evaluate the benefits of making a fall residue or spring pre-emerge application of Extract PBA (1 gallon per acre) on corn stalks in fields where soybeans would be planted as the next crop. The data shows great potential for a growers' return on investment, with healthier plants and higher pod counts when Extract PBA was used. 

In the trial results shown below, the plants from the treated areas have a more robust structure to support higher yields. Pod clusters are also tighter, with more per node compared to plants from untreated strips in the test plots.

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Topics: Soybeans, Ohio, Iowa, Extract PBA

August 29, 2016

Prove It to Me: What Were the Iowa Grower's Corn Yields?

Posted by Agricen

Many of you have seen our farming film, Prove It to Me, and wondered, "What were the grower's yields?" 

For the Iowa growers who were trialing Accomplish LM, corn yields increased by an average of about 5 bushels/acre when the Accomplish LM biocatalyst was added to the grower's standard fertilizer program. Individual grower results can be seen in the chart below, with yield bumps that range from +0.12 to +10.74 bushels/acre.

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Topics: Iowa, Corn, Accomplish LM

August 10, 2016

What Consumers Should Know About Farmers & Sustainability

Posted by Agricen

Jeff Frank, a fourth generation farmer from Auburn, Iowa, grows corn and soybeans on a 1,200-acre century farm that he and his wife operate. He is an avid drone enthusiast and dealer (hear him speak more about drones and farming in this video), sits on the board of directors of his local Farm Bureau, is currently a candidate for the Iowa Soybean Association board of directors, and recently converted his barn over to a new coffee roasting endeavor. You may also remember Jeff from last year’s farming film, Prove It to Me.

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Topics: Sustainability, Grower Stories, Iowa

October 6, 2015

[Video] Grower Stories: Brandon Burkhart, Iowa Corn & Soybean Farmer

Posted by Agricen

Brandon Burkhart is a fourth-generation farmer from Oto, Iowa. Varying soils on his family's 2500-acre corn and soybean operation used to mean it was difficult to get a good, efficient use out of their applied nutrients. Today, Brandon and his family use Accomplish LM and Titan PBA to maximize their fertilizer efficiency, with excellent returns from the accompanying gains in yield. 

“When using our Accomplish LM and Titan PBA combination on corn, it’s been [a yield increase] upwards of 10 bushels or more,” says Brandon. “On our bean operations with just Titan PBA, we’ve seen jumps of 10 bushels per acre.”

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Topics: Grower Stories, Videos, Iowa, Titan, Accomplish LM

August 27, 2015

Grower Stories: Cory Uhlenkamp, Corn and Soybean Farmer from Iowa

Posted by Agricen

Farming corn and soybeans in Breda, Iowa, Cory Uhlenkamp and his family use Accomplish LM on every acre to help with soil health and crop productivity.

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Topics: Grower Stories, Videos, Iowa, Accomplish LM

March 13, 2015

Grower Profiles: Five Generations of Farming and Agriculture

Posted by Agricen

In a previous post, we got to know Jim and Janet Orr, fourth generation farmers from Iowa. In this blog post, we meet their sons, Jamie and Jason, who continue the family tradition in farming and agriculture.

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Topics: Grower Stories, Iowa, Accomplish LM

July 24, 2014

Grower Profiles: Despite Changes, Farming Remains a Family Business

Posted by Elese Orrell

In the past 50 years, science, technology and economics have dramatically changed family farming. But the connection to the land and the choice to farm still passes from generation to generation. In this blog series, we’ll feature two generations of the Orr family, who maintain a strong connection to the land their relatives first began to farm over a century ago in Iowa.

Meet the Orrs: Farming the Land for Five Generations

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Topics: Grower Stories, Iowa, Accomplish LM

April 2, 2014

Use Titan PBA to Improve Your Dry Fertilizer Program

Posted by Elese Orrell

Our partners at Crop Production Services work to get Titan PBA applied to the dry fertilizer that they spread, and for good reason: Titan PBA makes good fertilizers even better. Take a look at the yields from these soybean and corn field trials from 2013.

This soybean trial, conducted in Central Iowa, showed an 11.1 bushel per acre increase when Titan PBA was added to the grower’s standard P & K blend.

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Topics: Soybeans, Ohio, Illinois, Dry Fertilizer, Iowa, Corn, Titan

March 21, 2014

There’s Still Time to Get Nutrients Out of Crop Residue This Spring

Posted by Elese Orrell

With last year’s late harvest and the cold weather across the country, some growers will see more than the usual amount of crop residue in their fields this spring. The good news is that there is still time to get valuable nutrients out of that residue and into the soil for plants to use this growing season. One of the best tools to do this is Accomplish LM, which contains concentrated biochemistry that accelerates residue breakdown and speeds the conversion of nutrients into plant-available forms. By using Accomplish LM for residue breakdown in the fall or spring, growers can increase their nutrient efficiency and see improved yields at the end of the season.

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Topics: Crop Residue, Iowa, Corn, Accomplish LM

January 23, 2014

Creating a Better Strip-Till Program

Posted by Elese Orrell

Strip-till banding and root zone banding (RZB) allow growers to apply plant nutrition in a band in the tilled zone while leaving residue undisturbed for soil and moisture conservation purposes. Strip-till is common in Central and Western states—such as Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, and Oklahoma—where the climate is more arid and there is less rainfall compared to the Central Corn Belt.

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Topics: Iowa, Kansas, Strip-till, Accomplish LM