Blogs

When Should I Test My Soil? • Tim Tesreau | VP of Agronomy

In order to get the best results when it comes to planting crops, testing the soil is key. But many wonder… how often should the soil be tested? Here is… read more

The Importance of Microbial Communities in Agriculture

In the context of agriculture, an abundant, diverse microbiome has been demonstrated to affect crop health. The elements of crop production can be dissected into three distinct yet overlapping sectors:… read more

Residue Management for A Successful Spring

Arguably one of the most valuable inputs for the success of next year’s crop is what’s left in the field right after harvest. When crop residue is recycled correctly and… read more

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Testimonies

Berny has been farming for 45 years and in 2019 gave AgriCal a try on a 27-acre field of 2nd crop alfalfa. The treated field ended up yielding 50 – 3x3x8 bales at 800lbs each, plus an additional 22 – 1500lb round bales (1.35 tons/acre). He baled his neighbors 20 acre field next to his and observed that it only harvested a total of 33 – 3x3x8 bales at 800lbs each (.66 tons/acre).  He will definitely be using AgriCal in the future and stated “I’ve never seen anything like it before.”

Berny E. – Northeast Iowa

I farm 5,000 acres of corn, wheat and milo and won’t go without using AgriGro® products on each acre. I have used AgriGro®for the past 12 years and there is no question that my soil looks, feels and smells healthier. The soil holds water better than it ever has and my yields have increased also.

John V., Sharon Springs, KS

We farm 3,000 acres of rice, corn, soybeans and wheat and have been using AgriGro® products for over 30 years. In the beginning we noticed a significant yield increase. Long term, we have seen our soil texture become more mellow with fewer clods and a lot more earthworms. Disease pressure is almost non-existent and we hardly use any fungicides. Thirty years later, we still see a consistent yield increase with AgriGro® products.

Lee W., Wright Brothers Farms, MO