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!
In response to the devastating fires in early March of this year, Tyree Ag has initiated a matching funds campaign to help raise financial support for those in the Clark County area.
"If we can get our fertility, pH, and organic matter more in balance, we'll stand a better chance with Mother Nature."
Many farmers are looking to improve their nitrogen efficiency by splitting their nitrogen applications.
Stripe Rust is in Kansas and we have had ideal conditions for it to spread the last couple of weeks.
This week, Tyree Ag will have a booth at the 2017 Great Bend Farm & Ranch Expo.
Tyree Ag recognized employees for their years of service on Tuesday, March 28th at their Kinsley location.
Tyree Ag salesmen have spotted brown wheat mites in fields in south central Kansas and north west Oklahoma.
Tyree Ag now has a text messaging program where growers can receive company and industry updates!
In general, fungicides have proven to be most effective in controlling foliar diseases on wheat in Kansas when applied in a single application sometime around flag leaf to head emergence stages, depending on level of disease risk (disease pressure and predicted weather conditions), variety resistance to the most threatening fungal diseases, yield potential, foliar fungicide efficacy, and other factors.
Understanding soil health means assessing and managing soil so that it functions optimally now and is not degraded for future use.
Tyree Ag is highlighted in the Tiller & Toiler's 2017 Panorama Progress Edition.