Achieving high sorghum yields, especially for yields over 200 bushels, requires thoughtful planning about multiple aspects of crop management. In many cases, this means focusing on the fundamentals, or as they say, getting back to the basics.
"Growing up on a farm can be an amazing experience, but it can also be a dangerous one. Here’s how parents and grandparents can help keep kids safe on the farm."
AgroLiquid offers clean, chloride- and hydroxide-free potassium products. This is especially important to grapes, which are sensitive to chloride and salt toxicity.
AgroLiquid will reward customers up to $150 per row to help cover the cost of conversion for liquid fertilizer application.
The following article was written by Kinsley senior, Andrea Menard. It received first place at the Pratt Academic Olympics.
Today Republican gubernatorial candidate, Todd Lamb, returned to Laverne to do a follow-up tour and to once again meet with some of the farmers and ranchers affected.
BASF representatives will be having two open dicamba applicator trainings available for anyone who plans to spray dicamba in crop with extendimax or engenia or fexapan.
Check out the RAM Certified Agriculture Dealership Program.
One of our sales agronomist found green cloverworms and painted lady caterpillars in Pawnee County soybean fields over the weekend.
One of our salesmen found sugarcane aphids in a Ford County sorghum field this week.
Being an ag pilot is dangerous as it is, but when you add moving objects manned by uneducated operators, there is an extremely elevated risk.
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of one of Tyree Ag's salesmen, Robert Siefkes.
Take a second to check out some of the fun local activities going on at a county fair near you!
Product labels "explicitly state weeds should be no more than 4” tall for maximum control. Because Palmer amaranth can grow up to 2.5” per day in certain conditions it’s important to scout frequently and spray herbicides as soon as weeds emerge."
Tyree Ag's 2017 Wheat Harvest Photo Contest kicks off today, June 1st!