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  • Nov13Tue

    What is a farmer?

    November 13, 2018 by Jenny Phillips
    NACHURS is thankful for our farmers:  those that work in acres, not in hours.
  • Nov6Tue

    NACHURS Bio-K: the Latest Development of Premium Crop Nutrition

    NACHURS VLOG November 6, 2018 by Jenny Phillips
    Filed Under:
    Starters, Technology Products, Foliar
    With an ever increasing demand for potassium due to increasing crop yields, there is a need for a better source of potassium with improved availability and uptake potential.
  • Harvest 2018

    Field Notes October 17, 2018 Joe Osterhaus, Sales Agronomist
    Filed Under:
    Opinion, Field Notes, Technology Products
    This year’s fall harvest weather sure feels a lot like this year’s Nebraska Cornhusker football team.  Every day starts with great promise and then Mother Nature throws a flag.
  • Oct12Fri

    Progress!

    Field Notes October 12, 2018 Jay Castleman, Specialty Crop Market Manager
    Filed Under:
    Agronomy, Opinion, Field Notes, Technology Products
    Progress, it can be defined in many ways ………… Webster’s dictionary states it as “a forward or onward movement”, in the world of nutritional products and crop production I see as this.
  • Sep25Tue

    “It’s fun to sell NACHURS!”

    September 25, 2018 Wayne Oosterhoff, NACHURS DSM
    Filed Under:
    NACHURS Products, Technology Products
    Paul Zimmerman Jr. has been selling NACHURS products in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, since he was quite young. His father, Paul Sr., had been an ALPINE dealer since the 1980s until his death about 20 years ago.
  • Sep17Mon

    Balanced plant nutrition: more than just optimum growth

    Field Notes September 17, 2018 Wayne Becker, Southern RSM
    Filed Under:
    Starters, Agronomy, Opinion, Field Notes, Micronutrients
    Balanced fertilizer applications may reduce the need for chemical disease control in some cases. Scientists who breed crops are continually attempting to develop new varieties that are resistant to pests and disease.  The big challenge is that pests and disease continually adapt to their environment, which inevitably cause resistant varieties to fail and become susceptible to pests and disease.
  • Sep11Tue

    Generation Whatever…What We Do Matters

    Field Notes September 11, 2018 Keith Flaniken, Southern Sales Agronomist
    Filed Under:
    Agronomy, Opinion, Field Notes, 4Rs
    Agriculture remains the heartbeat and pulse of the human race.  What we do as an industry is terribly important to the survival of our fellow humans and the planet.  The technologies we utilize today help feed and clothe more people, easier, faster, and safer than ever imagined.
  • Sep4Tue

    Big City Girl meets *gasp* Agriculture

    September 4, 2018 Jenny Phillips
    Born and raised in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio, I never thought much about where my food or stuff in general came from.  All I knew was that there was always a good supply of whatever I needed at the store.  Going to the grocery store, the once a year trip to the County Fair, and the rare occasion my family traveled outside of the city was really my only exposure to agriculture.
  • Aug20Mon

    WHAT ARE YOU READING?

    Field Notes August 20, 2018 Joe Osterhaus, Sales Agronomist
    I have been thinking about higher yields and what are the next possible breakthroughs in agriculture which will send yields climbing. I have also been thinking about the magazines we read in agriculture.
  • Aug14Tue

    Profit by the foot!

    Field Notes August 14, 2018 Jay Castleman, Specialty Crop Market Manager
    Filed Under:
    Agronomy, Opinion, Field Notes, 4Rs
    What if we started looking at generating our net profit by the foot rather than the acre? Sounds strange, I know it does especially for a science-based mind like mine; I’ve never been accused of having a great imagination!