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3 Reasons Why Crop Biologicals Improve Your Soil

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From a soil perspective, crop biologicals create a beneficial soil environment that supports plant health and boosts yield potential. BigBioYield, a crop biological from BigYield.us, combines multiple beneficial bacteria into a polymicrobial blend. When applied to fields, BigBioYield introduces three key soil health benefits for a wide range of crops. Unlocks bound nutrients. The polymicrobial blend creates enzymatic activity that ... Read More »

Five Tips for 2015

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As you make decisions about the upcoming crop year, the BigYield.us team shares the following five tips to guide your thoughts about your own operation. Know your goals. To prepare for the year, set goals related to each facet of your operation. In your crop production business, you may seek to improve yields or crop quality, or you may like ... Read More »

Climate Change is Suppressing US Soybean Yields

Climate Change is Suppressing US Soybean Yields

Climate change cost American soybean farmers an estimated $11 billion in unrealized potential yield in the past two decades, a newly published study says. The study’s researchers included James Specht, emeritus professor of agronomy and horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Specht assisted lead researchers Spyridon Mourtzinis and Shawn Conley of the University of Wisconsin in developing and reviewing the ... Read More »