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Photos of BigSweetYield Effect on Citrus Greening Disease

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Recently, part of our BigYield.us team traveled to Haines City, Fla., to observe our BigSweetYield test in citrus groves. We’ve been researching the effect of BigSweetYield applications on citrus trees infected with Huanglongbing, a disease also known as citrus greening that causes fruit to drop prematurely from trees and can trigger other adverse effects. These photos show the dramatic difference ... Read More »

Tell Your Farm Financial Story

Tell Your Farm Financial Story

During our recent BigYield.us webinar, viewers were particularly interested in hearing about farm finances and financial planning for 2017. In this story, Successful Farming outlines 16 questions for agriculture in 2017. Farm financial conditions topped the list. Here, we recap three financial pointers addressed by one of our webinar speakers. We hope you consider these as you’re preparing for the ... Read More »

ROI at the Forefront of Farm Research

ROI at the Forefront of Farm Research

At BigYield.us, we want to be a resource for saving farmers time, saving them money and making them money. In 2017, our research program will drill down on ensuring that growers capture a return on the investment that they make to get big yields. Read More »

Cut Costs, Not Corners

Cut Costs Not Corners

For farmers today, saving money has become a more common necessity as commodity prices dip to low levels. Reducing costs is one thing, but cutting corners is another. Don’t let efforts to decrease expenses lead you to choose low-quality inputs. Some low-cost fertilizers on the market contain high aluminum levels and are low quality. Because these fertilizers are inexpensive, some ... Read More »

Diagnosing and Resolving Aluminum Toxicity

Aluminum Toxicity

Kent Kauffman of BigYield.us discusses how to diagnose and resolve aluminum toxicity. Aluminum toxicity can result from many different things, including using low-quality fertilizers. Read More »

Treat Seed with New BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn

Treat Seed with BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn

This year, make early and healthy plant growth a top priority. It can mean the difference between raising a crop that fails to meet expectations and growing one that surpasses them. To give corn the right start, BigYield.us is introducing the BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn seed treatment. The product positions key micronutrients where seed and seedlings need them: near the seed ... Read More »

BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn Time Lapse

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With the BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn seed treatment, corn emerges early, fast and more evenly. The BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn treatment also enhances corn root and shoot mass. This time-lapse video compares the BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn seed treatment with a check. To learn more about using BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn, call us at (844) 242-4367. Read More »

Learn About VISPS at the WOW – Worldwide Organic Winners Conference

Learn About VISPS

As 2017 begins, we at BigYield.us encourage our growers to consider whether value-added production may be a fit for their operations. In particular, non-GMO or organic production may enable you to reach a different market and improve your bottom line. Increasingly, consumers have shown interest in non-GMO and organic products. In May and June 2016, the Pew Research Center surveyed ... Read More »

Learn about Crop Verification Through VISPS at the WOW – Worldwide Organic Winners Conference

Learn About Crop Verification

From Jan. 25 to Jan. 28, 2016, learn about the Verification Identifying Smart Plant System (VISPS) at the WOW – Worldwide Organic Winners conference in Kansas City, Mo. VISPS is a third-party verification system for non-GMO, close-to-organic and transitional organic crops. For more information, go to vispsverified.com. Read More »

BigYield.us Introduces New Seed Treatments for Corn, Soybeans and Wheat

New Seed Treatment Products

New in 2017, BigYield.us will introduce seed treatments for corn, soybeans and wheat. All three new seed treatments contain vital plant micronutrients to support seeding vigor, crop emergence, root hair growth and increased crop root and shoot mass. All are dry planter box seed treatments. For more information, call 844-242-4367. Read More »