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February 24, 2016

Three Considerations in Agriculture for the 2016 Growing Season

Posted by Agricen

Following on the heels of two years’ worth of record setting crop yields, pressure is at an all-time high for growers this year. What trends in agriculture can we expect to see, and what can growers do to ensure the best possible outcome in 2016?

A Transition to La Niña?

Weather patterns La Niña and El Niño can have a profound impact on the outcome of a growing season. With El Niño events regularly outnumbering La Niña, climatologists are unsure whether 2016 will see a transition. La Niña conditions often bring less precipitation and a reversing of annual weather patterns with a cooler than average Northern climate and warmer than average weather in the South and Midwest. Thankfully, widespread rainfall this past December and January should set the stage for good early season moisture and planting conditions going into this year’s crop.
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Topics: Sustainability, Soybeans, Water Management

February 27, 2014

Accomplish LM Addresses Challenges for California Almond Growers

Posted by Agricen

It requires a lot of fertilizer and water to maintain a healthy almond tree throughout the year and to prepare for–and optimize–production the following year. Those requirements present some very specific challenges.

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Topics: Almonds, California, Accomplish LM, Water Management

August 2, 2013

Notes from CTIC’s 2013 Conservation in Action Tour

Posted by Elese Orrell

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Topics: Sustainability, Accomplish LM, Water Management

June 25, 2013

CTIC's 2013 Conservation in Action Tour Is Around the Corner

Posted by Elese Orrell

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Topics: Sustainability, Water Management

June 26, 2012

UNT/AMS Collaboration Identifies New Bacterial Group

Posted by AMSPressMaster

Researchers from the University of North Texas (UNT) recently presented data at the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology from a study done in collaboration with Agricen.

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Topics: Corporate & Community, Research, Water Management

October 14, 2011

AMS Presenting at ASA-CSSA-SSSA Joint Meeting

Posted by Agricen

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Topics: Research, SoilBuilder, Corn, Water Management

September 13, 2011

Reducing Nitrate Leaching to Improve Crop Yields & Protect Resources

Posted by AMSPressMaster

Reducing a fertilizer’s leachable nitrates allows the fertilizer to act more efficiently. It also helps protect our water resources.

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Topics: Sustainability, SoilBuilder, Illinois, Corn, Water Management

September 7, 2011

Doing Our Part with Better Water Management Practices

Posted by AMSPressMaster

As a company, we care about doing things the right way — from producing quality fertilizer catalyst products that help growers improve sustainability in the field to improving our own practices at our Pilot Point, Texas, headquarters.

As our company grows, so does our demand for resources – especially water. This is a challenge for producers of all kinds, whether growers or product manufacturers, particularly as companies look for more ways to be “green” and incorporate sustainable practices. It is even more of a pressing challenge in places like Texas, where water conservation is important because of frequent periods of drought.

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Topics: Sustainability, Corporate & Community, Water Management