Seeds for Success

Your AgVenture Yield Specialist can support you in helping you maximize your profitability on every acre.The accumulation of Growing Degree Units (GDUs) is behind normal in many areas due to cooler and wetter conditions as compared to normal. In addition, in many areas, crops went into the ground much later than normal.

As a result, what pests and diseases you may typically be looking for say in mid-July, may not align with current crop growth and development stages. In addition, pest development and feeding and many diseases may be out of sequence. As a result, growers may need to make some adjustments in how they evaluate crop health and development stages, choose and apply nutrients, herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides to assure they are getting the best use/function of the products and the crop they’ve invested in.

Your AgVenture Yield Specialist can support you in helping you maximize your profitability on every acre.

If you would like to learn more about how you can thrive by becoming an ISC, let us know.

Hear what farmers are saying

“I use AgVenture because of their excellent products, service, and agronomic support. When we need something they respond quickly. I can’t think of any reason why we wouldn’t use AgVenture. AgVenture stressed the importance of new technology on our farm and is helping us maximize our yield maps, soil grid maps, and fertilizer application data. I do business with AgVenture because they are very trustworthy and service oriented.”

- Kansas Farmer

“We’ve had the AgVenture Spangler 'Training Plots' for several years. The plots help us in our corn and soybean selections. For 3 generations, we have been using AgVenture Spangler products.”

- Wisconsin Farmer

“I consider everyone at AgVenture a friend and I can tell that they are really looking out for me and my farming operation. AgVenture is an easy company to work with and you cannot beat the service. When I have questions about my crops I call AgVenture and they are here right away helping me find the answer.”

- Kansas Farmer