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Don’t wait to wage the weed war

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How can you keep weeds from escaping your post-emergent herbicide applications in soybeans? Spray when weeds are small. Let Southern States Cooperative agronomy experts help you improve your soybean herbicide program.

Meeting your crop’s in-season nutrient needs

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In-season crop tissue analysis can uncover yield-robbing nutrient deficiencies before they impact your corn and soybean crop yields. Your Southern States Cooperative agronomy experts can help incorporate a tissue-testing plan into your nutrient management program.

Preparing for Wheat Harvest

Wheat
Wheat growers who plan to store their crop should take essential steps before harvest to prepare grain storage bins properly to protect grain from pests and moisture. Your local Southern States Cooperative agronomy experts can help you select a grain bin insecticide and identify harvest measures to safeguard your stored crop from losses.

Protect Your Corn’s Yield Potential

Corn
Even the most resistant corn hybrids fall victim to diseases, but a fungicide program can help ensure your crop reaches its full yield potential. Let Southern States Cooperative agronomy experts help you strategize a plan to protect your investment.

Use Data to Create Next Year’s Fertility Plan

Corn
Optimizing yields on every acre while controlling inputs takes more than your Granddad’s fertility program. Southern States agronomy experts bring you the precision testing, tools and know how to help you develop a fertility plan to boost your bottom line on every acre.

Scouting for Early-Season Pests in Your Corn

Corn
Southern States Cooperative agronomy experts can help corn growers scout fields early and often to protect against yield-robbing insect and pest damage

Manage Nutrient Removal

Corn
High-yielding crops pull nutrients from the soil ― more than farmers may realize. A plethora of tools are available to ensure that your fertility plan includes levels of nutrients needed for top yields. See your Southern States expert for help to get the needed nutrients on your acres.

Don’t let early pests, disease trim your wheat yield potential

Wheat
Spring green-up is a critical juncture for the wheat crop for Southern States farmers. Be sure you’re not allowing early-season weeds, insects and diseases to erode yield potential by scouting thoroughly and applying the right combination of fungicides and insecticides.

Planting Preparations and Tips for Optimum Wheat Emergence

Wheat
Three steps to get your wheat crop off to a great start.

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