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In-Furrow Comparison on Late Corn

In-Furrow Comparison on Late Corn

Bill Cook of BigYield.us shows a comparison between late corn that was planted with our in-furrow application and late corn that was not planted with in-furrow. Read More »

Failed Experiment at The Farm Research Center

Failed Experiment at The Farm Research Center

Bill Cook of BigYield.us discusses a failed experiment from this year at The Farm Research Center. Read More »

NIR Imaging Research

NIR Imaging Research

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Five Things to Discuss with Your Banker

Things to Discuss with your Banker

Building a relationship with your banker has always been important. Since 2010, banks have faced stricter regulations, and consequently, fewer new banks have formed. A recent story from The Wall Street Journal describes banking industry regulations and their effects on agricultural producers and small businesses. The story reports that just one new bank has opened since the Dodd-Frank law received approval in ... Read More »

Foliar Wheat Comparison

Foliar Wheat Comparison

Bill Cook of BigYield.us discusses the difference our foliar biological application made on the disease resistance in some wheat at The Farm Research Center. Read More »

Soil Nutrient Availability May Constrain Crops from Capturing Carbon Dioxide, Recent Study Says

Soil Nutrient Availability

A recent study evaluated plant productivity given rising atmospheric carbon levels and assessed the role that soil resources may have in plants capturing that carbon. By analyzing 11 climate models, the research specifically studied the role that soil nutrient availability could have in influencing greenhouse gas levels and climate change. The following three points share key takeaways from the study. ... Read More »

In Furrow Corn Comparison

In Furrow Corn Comparison

John Ortiz and Bill Cook of BigYield.us show a comparison between corn planted with our in-furrow corn application and without our application. Read More »

Four Questions about Brix Levels and Their Role in Crop Performance

Four Questions about Brix Levels

A cold-processed sweetener, BigSoy100TM functions as a yield-enhancing product formulated to aid soybean genetics in reaching their full productive potential. BigSoy100TM provides soybean plants with an energy boost, improves a plant’s Brix level and enhances yields. The following four questions further explain the role that Brix readings have in optimizing plant health and performance. 1. What does the Brix level mean? Brix readings ... Read More »

Aerial Nitrogen and Biological Application

Aerial Nitrogen and Biological Application

Bill Cook of BigYield.us discusses aerial application of our BigCorn300, biologicals, and slow release nitrogen. With the wet conditions in west Missouri, farmers are turning to aerial applicators to get product on their corn crop. Read More »

Bill Cook Update from Harrisonville Airport

Bill Cook Update from Harrisonville Airport

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