Join us for the latest Made for Agriculture podcast with MFA's very own hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine as they discuss Agricultural topics with MFA expert nutritionists, precision agronomists, veterinarians, and farmers about best-practices and the latest products & services in production Agriculture.
By David Moore, MFA Range & Pasture Specialist. MFA It’s that time of year when the NEW in new year really shows. New calves, blooming redbuds, and new growth of green grass. Sure, we’ll keep some hay out until they refuse it, but we can see light at the end of that tunnel we call winter. The time is upon us to plan our fertilizer application. Plan now to be rolling in grass this year!
As many road-warriors know, podcasting has undergone a resurgence over the last year. Podcasts work well for commuters or farmers who spend lots of time in the cab, and like audiobooks, podcasts can accommodate long-form recordings and in-depth treatments of complex topics that are hard to address in other media.
The USDA releases weekly updates about crop progress and conditions in Missouri. We are using that data to create these helpful documents for farmers wanting to track certain crops across the state. To view, click through this flipbook or click the link to download a pdf version. Graphics created by Lillie Hegeman. CLICK TO READ MORE.
COMBINE FOLIAR APPLICATIONS TO HELP FIGHT STRESS, PROMOTE HEALTH GROWTH AND TURBOCHARGE YIELDS WITH NITROGEN-FUNGICIDE SYNERGY
The 2019 MFA Agronomy Guide is hot off the presses and now available through MFA affiliates throughout the territory. The Agronomy Guide helps farmers keep all vital crop protection and seed information for Ag operations close by. Each year the professional agronomists at MFA publish the Agronomy Guide, a publication our members call "essential." The guide includes seed and crop protection solutions for corn, milo, wheat, soybeans, rice, cotton and pasture markets.
MFA Incorporated is pleased to announce an expanded partnership between its Precision Advantage, Crop-Trak and Nutri-Track service platforms and the Adapt-N nitrogen recommendations and monitoring system, operated by Agronomic Technology Corp and owned by Yara International. With Adapt-N now available to customers throughout the entire MFA trade territory, MFA growers will benefit from the ability to leverage field data already available within the MFA system to generate unbiased and scientifically validated in-season, variable-rate nitrogen recommendations.
MFA Incorporated has announced updated internal policies for the sale and use of dicamba
herbicides for the 2018 growing season.
Knock out disease and amp up yields with a fungicide-Nitamin combo application.
Every year about this time, corn health becomes a concern—and for good reason. It’s rare that we have a year when diseases aren’t present. Crop performance can be dramatically reduced by diseases such as northern corn leaf blight, southern rust and gray leaf spot, which is consistently one of the most yield-robbing diseases in the Midwest.
MFA Incorporated announces its procedures for sales and use of dicamba for the 2018 growing season. The policy restricts sales of products and includes an intensive scouting protocol that will base application dates on soybean growth stages. Updates to the policy will be made here. Click READ MORE to read the official policy or to download the pdf of the press release.
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