How do you manage soil carbon? Growing roots provide the largest amounts of digestible carbon, improve soil structure, and make mineral nutrients more available to the plant. Read more about optimizing soil health management with the #MaximumFarming system: https://bit.ly/3tBiUR6
From planting through harvest, the Maximum Farming System supports optimal nutrient use efficiency. Learn how our system provides balanced nutrition to help you get the most out of your investment. https://bit.ly/2X0XQb8
Last month we welcomed our Marketing Communications Coordinator, Brianna Gorham! Brianna is a recent Iowa State University graduate who majored in Agricultural Business, Economics, and International Agriculture. She grew up on a farm on the Illinois-Iowa border and now resides in Waterloo, Iowa. Learn more about Brianna and other members of our team: https://bit.ly/3hahyb6
As we take today to honor and celebrate American workers, we want to thank the hardest working people we know – farmers. #LaborDay #AmericanFarmers #MaximumFarming #AgSpectrum
What happens when a plant is stressed? In the absence of sufficient soil water, leaf stomates close, air and water exchange stops, and photosynthesis slows to a standstill. Our foliar formulations help drive continued root growth and maintain active photosynthesis longer.
Why cover crop? Some may think there is an immediate payoff to cover cropping, but that is generally not the case. The real payoff comes in terms of improved soil health that supports greater productivity of your cash crops. Contact us to learn how adding fall cover crops can help you reach maximum yields. https://bit.ly/3z486gv
Hail damage – something Midwest farmers are far too familiar with. Will foliar feeding be beneficial to hail-damaged crops? Technical Directors, Cliff Ramsier and Dr. Brian Gardener, say it depends on growth stage, post-storm growing conditions, and severity of damage. Learn how foliar treatment can maximize crop potential, even in the most stressful conditions: https://bit.ly/3k71kA5 📸: Malcom Ag Service ... See more
https://maximumfarming.com/news/treat-your-spray-water/ Getting the most out of your crop requires an integrated approach that also gets the most out the products you use in your fields. Ensuring your products are effective not only helps the crop, but helps prevent additional steps the down road. One way to do so is making sure your spray water isn’t costing you money by degrading your tank-mixed products. Jim Smart, Ag Spectrum research and training agronomist, and a Kansas farmer, says effective spray applications start with properly conditioned water. #AgSpectrum #MaximumFarming ... See more
The Maximum Farming System optimizes the soil microbial activity, soil chemistry, and soil structure that facilitates both the root growth and mineralization process that make plant nutrients available to the crop throughout the season. #AgSpectrum #MaximumFarming
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