Seeds for Success

Blazing New Trails

Blazing New Trails

Practices that are part of our proprietary Maximum Profit System™ (MPS) can and likely will lead to higher yields and increased profitability. Hear how Mike Davis and Russell Hedrick are blazing new trails with their MPS practices, and how they’ve been successful.

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Are You Prepared for the 2023 Growing Season?

Are You Prepared for the 2023 Growing Season?

There are only a couple of weeks until corn planting begins. Corn and soybean prices are still very strong/favorable. Natural gas prices have fallen, and thus some/most nitrogen prices have eased up. Dry fertilizer prices have also come down. Dry or droughty concerns have lessened in the western cornbelt as a whole, but there is still a ways to go to be able to replenish soil profiles. Are you ready for the 2023 growing season?

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Never give up on your crop

Never give up on your crop

If you do decide to stop fostering an environment for excellence because of hindrances you have incurred, you will be wrong the vast majority of the time. The genetics in use by AgVenture today are much more hearty than those of yesteryear. Our ability to protect and nourish the crop is wonderfully advanced now.

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Managing Ear Molds & Rots

Managing Ear Molds & Rots

Plan ahead to avoid ear mold development next season. Rotating crops and planting a hybrid with ear rot resistance can lessen the chance of developing ear molds. Hybrids with in-plant insect protection can reduce insect damage to help prevent diseases from entering the ear.

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