Renewable Farming

Month: May 2019

How in-furrow biologicals plus WakeUP and Vitazyme help cope with soggy soil, late planting

Jeff Adams, who farms about 40 miles south of the Chicago metro region, was able to plant corn on part of his sandy ground April 23. Some fields received an in-furrow blend of WakeUP Spring, 6 ounces of Vitazyme, 16 ounces of Biodyne’s “Environoc 401” microbial mix, plus 3-18-18. Today Jeff phoned to report that his treated corn is about V2 stage, and …

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Crop consultant Bob Streit: In-furrow biologicals can help late-planted corn accelerate early growth

Below we’ve pulled excerpts from Iowa crop consultant Bob Streit’s most recent recommendations on coping with this cool, rainy spring. Our calls from farmers indicate that those who’ve patiently built up soil life and thus absorbent soil structure are seeing a real advantage from their soil’s ability to sponge up rain and provide a workable …

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