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Burning Program on Organic Corn

Burning Program on Organic Corn

We have had great success with our BigYield Burners for weed and insect control in organic corn. We use both our broadcast and in-row burner, along with manual cultivation, and in 2017 our organic corn fields had less weed and insect pressure than our fields we applied chemicals on. Watch the video from David Yoder to learn more. Video Transcript ... Read More »

Chemical Weed Control Options for Corn

Chemical Weed Control Options for Corn

There are several options for growers to control weeds in their corn. Whatever option you choose to use, be sure to incorporate our BigSweetYield into your herbicide applications. In our past research, we have seen that incorporating our BigSweetYield increases the efficacy of the herbicide application. Watch the video from John Ortiz to learn more about weed control options. Read More »

High Yield Corn Program for 2018

High Yield Corn Program for 2018

With corn planting right around the corner, we wanted to share our recommendations for raising a high yield corn crop in 2018. With the cool, wet conditions we have been experiencing in our area, there are a couple of products that can help get your corn out of the ground quickly. We also want you to be thinking about your ... Read More »

150 Percent ROI Using Yield Booster on Corn

150 Percent ROI Using Yield Booster on Corn

Yield Booster performed well in 2017 research trials. Yield Booster is our 12-9-6 fertilizer that includes 7 micronutrients. Watch the video from John Ortiz to learn more. If you have any questions or would like to use Yield Booster this year, contact us anytime. Read More »

427 Percent ROI on Corn with Yield Topper OT

427 Percent ROI on Corn with Yield Topper OT

Yield Topper OT is a new product that the BigYield.us research team has been testing for the last few years. It is a liquid chicken litter with other nutrients and a carbon source. It can be used for both conventional and organic operations. Yield Topper OT produced a great ROI in 2017 research on corn, applied foliar at a rate ... Read More »

BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn Provided 904 Percent ROI in 2017

BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn Provided 904 Percent ROI in 2017

BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn provided a big yields and a big ROI in 2017. Watch the video from John Ortiz to learn more. If you have any questions or would like to incorporate BigYieldCoat Corn +Zn into your fertility plan this year, contact us anytime. Video Transcript Hey guys, John Ortiz with BigYield.us. Today I am going to be talking to ... Read More »

The BigYield Spotlight – Burning Organic Corn

The-BigYield-Spotlight-Burning-Organic-Corn

Landon Teal discusses our success with burning organic corn plots this year. Listen to the BigYield.us team and Kyle Hill, Ag 1280 Farm Director, each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on Ag 1280 KDKD-AM. The segments air at 7:15 am and again at 12:15 pm. This segment originally aired on August 9, 2017. Audio Transcript Kyle: Time once again for a ... Read More »

In-Row Burning Comparison on Organic Corn

In-Row Burning Comparison on Organic Corn

In-Row burning has drastically reduced our weed pressure on our organic corn. David Yoder of BigYield.us discusses the difference in the video. To learn more about weed burning, contact us online at https://bigyield.us or call (844) 242-4367. Video Transcript Hi my name is David Yoder. I’m with The Farm Research Center and BigYield.us. We’re out here looking at some organic ... Read More »

Ear Size Comparison Using BP In-Furrow

BP In-Furrow Ear Comparison

The image below is from one of our in-furrow corn plots this year. As you can see, the corn treated with BP In-Furrow has a bigger ear. There are 22 kernel rows on the corn treated with BP In-Furrow, compared to 16 kernel rows on the check. Read More »

Root Mass Difference Using BP In-Furrow

The image below is from one of our in-furrow corn plots this year. As you can see, the corn treated with BP In-Furrow has a much thicker root mass, and will create more organic matter for the soil. Read More »