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Common Questions: Farm For Profit’s Agri-Remedy & Agri-Achieve

June 26th, 2014

From time to time we get calls coming into our offices from farmers wanting to know more about Agri-Remedy & Agri-Achieve.  The following information addresses a few common questions farmers have: WHEN & HOW SHOULD I APPLY REMEDY & ACHIEVE? The optimal time to apply Remedy & Achieve is in the fall after the crops are off.  There […]

Manure Liquefier: Liquefies, Reduces Odor & Flies, Increases Nutrients

June 23rd, 2014

Our Manure Liquefier, not only helps farmers increase the available nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, but also with odor control.  Manure Odor is caused by the fermentation of organic compounds when the manure decomposes too slowly thus producing Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S).  Manure pits are composed of primarily solids, often forming crusts of up to 18″ thick […]

Vegetable Oil Encapsulation Reduces Chemical Use

June 20th, 2014

Due to unpredictable weather conditions, sometimes we only have one chance to hit the crops with pesticides and preserve maximum yields.  One of the advantages of using our vegetable oil is that you use less chemicals–giving us less chance of weed resistance buildup, holds the chemical through any weather condition so it is present at […]

Soil Compaction? The Soil is Your Business Partner

June 18th, 2014

Farming in fear of what weeds might grow has a negative affect on the soils.  Why?  When you use pre-emergent agricultural pesticides at a full rate treatment, –meaning a larger amount is used than what is actually needed, and the chemicals end up being retained in the soil.  This limits natural organic activity, which in turn leads to […]

Focus on Soil Conditions

June 12th, 2014

The importance of good soil management is priceless.  By learning how to properly manage your own soil, not only will it save you substantial money, but you will be taking the guesswork out of your inputs.  As you were looking at your soil conditions this spring, did you evaluate the tilth in the soil?  Is […]