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Discover On-Farm Performance: Unveiling Our 2023 Research Guide for Product Insights

Posted on April 2, 2024

Every year at The Andersons, we conduct third-party research trials to ensure the quality of our plant nutrient products and receive unbiased field results, showing the efficacy of our products in the field. In our 2023 research trials, we tested plant nutrient products on corn, soybeans, sugar beets, wheat, and crop [...]

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Maximizing Soybean Yields and Unlocking Success: Benefits to Include Liquid Starter in 2024

Posted on March 19, 2024

Choosing a starter fertilizer is the first step in creating a season-long nutrition plan for soybeans. A starter fertilizer provides your crops with nutrients early in the season giving your soybeans a healthy start. Starter fertilizers can increase a crop’s ability to fight against early-season stress and improve [...]

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Maximize your sidedress application with UltraMate Zn

Posted by Jessica Link, Agronomist on February 21, 2024

The Andersons UltraMate® Zn is a powerful combination of humic acid, fulvic acid, and zinc designed to be [...]

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Introducing Phosfix® Gen II

Posted on January 16, 2024

Phosfix® Gen II makes a good crop great; a great crop better. It is a powerful combination of phosphite, plant growth enhancers, and nutrition designed to improve yield and profit. Phosfix Gen II exhibits a unique ability to “fix” a crop during stressful events, including adverse weather [...]

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4 Benefits of Banding Fertilizer with Strip Tillage

Posted on November 9, 2023

With harvest wrapping up in many areas across the country, it is time to start thinking about fall tillage and fertilizer applications. One of the tillage practices growers might consider is strip-till, a combination of no-till and conventional tillage that allows growers to band-apply fertilizer at the same time. Here [...]

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The Andersons Celebrate Global Fertilizer Day

Posted on October 13, 2023

The Andersons is celebrating Global Fertilizer Day 2023 on October 13 and our team is spreading the word about the importance of fertilizers and the fertilizer industry. Global Fertilizer Day is an annual event hosted by The Fertilizer Institute, the International Fertilizer Association, Fertilizer Canada, and Fertilizers Europe. Celebrated around [...]

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The Adventures of DG Man: Vol. 3

Posted on October 11, 2023

After creating and applying the MicroMark® DG line, DG man wants to see the micronutrients at work! Boron, calcium, manganese, sulfur, and zinc all work to provide crops with the essential nutrients they need. MicroMark DG products feature dry, dispersing granule (DG) technology, which delivers homogeneous spherical granules [...]

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Benefits of Micronutrients in an Organic Cropping System

Posted on October 11, 2023

Organic farmers face challenges in providing essential micronutrients to their crops efficiently which are vital for plant health. However, there [...]

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The Adventures of DG Man: Vol. 2

Posted on October 4, 2023

After creating the MicroMark® DG product lineup, DG Man needed a way to effectively apply these products to his crops. Broadcasting, banding, and strip-tilling all worked well for DG Man! MicroMark DG products feature dry, dispersing granule (DG) technology, which delivers homogeneous spherical granules with uniform density [...]

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Introducing The Adventures of DG Man: Vol. 1

Posted on September 28, 2023

We Made a Call and DG Man was there! With DG Man’s help, our team at The Andersons has created two granular micronutrient products to add to your crop nutrition program — MicroMark® DG B and MicroMark® DG Humic. MicroMark DG products feature dry, dispersing [...]

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Conquer Winter Conditions with Ice Melt Solutions

Posted on August 15, 2023

Winter’s icy grip will be here before you know it, wreaking havoc on roads, walkways, and facilities. This [...]

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Utilizing Lime and Gypsum in Organic Production

Posted on August 3, 2023

With the growing season nearing harvest, it is time to think about fall fertilizer applications, particularly for pH and liming needs. The first step is to take a thorough soil test to measure values of major nutrients (NPK), cations (calcium, magnesium, potassium, hydrogen, and sodium), and micronutrients. Depending on the [...]

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Top Highlights: Updated Specialty Products Guide

Posted on June 22, 2023

The Andersons Plant Nutrient Group is excited to share a new resource for our agriculture dealers, distributors, and growers. Our Specialty Products Guide features information and insights about our products and up-to-date research. Here is a summary of the top updates made to the new Specialty Products Guide: New Products [...]

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Soybean Foliar Disease: What to Know

Posted on June 16, 2023

Like many crops, soybeans are susceptible to diseases, with fungal diseases being among the most common. These fungal diseases typically infect the leaves of soybean plants and can cause defoliation and ultimately affect overall crop yield and profits for the grower. Proper scouting and management techniques can help [...]

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June Organics Update: Managing Armyworms in Organic Crops

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on June 15, 2023

Over the last few weeks, I have had an increase in calls about armyworms, specifically in no-till fields that had [...]

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Managing Residue in Double-Cropping Systems

Posted on June 14, 2023

No matter if growers are growing corn, wheat, or soybeans, each of these crops will need nutrients to achieve their maximum yield potential. This is especially true in a double-cropping system. One of the most cost-effective ways to provide essential nutrients to crops is through a good residue management plan. [...]

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Foliar Fertilizer Do’s and Don’ts

Posted on June 13, 2023

Early foliar applications can make an already good crop better, either by stimulating more vigorous regrowth or by increasing the yield potential. Follow these Dos and Don’ts when applying foliar liquid fertilizers in your field. DO follow all label instructions and application guidelines. Different foliars have different [...]

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The Andersons Sergeant Bluff Facility Receives ResponsibleAg Certification

Posted on May 19, 2023

MAUMEE, OHIO, May 19, 2023 – The Andersons, Inc. is pleased to announce its Plant Nutrient facility in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, [...]

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Chelation in Agriculture Fertilizers: What to Know

Posted on May 5, 2023

You may have heard of chelation or chelated nutrients before, but perhaps you are unsure what these terms really mean. What is chelation and how does it relate to the fertilizer many use in their operations? Chelation is a chemical process of binding metal ions or other substances [...]

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4 Benefits of Slow-Release Nitrogen

Posted on April 20, 2023

Applying your entire nitrogen program before planting is not the most ideal use of nitrogen. By splitting nitrogen applications, growers can manage nutrients before critical growth stages, which helps improve overall crop health and efficiency. Here are 4 benefits of applying slow-release nitrogen to your crops: #1: Enhance [...]

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The Andersons 2022 Research Guide Now Available

Posted on April 19, 2023

Each year our team of agronomists and plant nutrient experts at The Andersons work to ensure our products deliver excellent and consistent performance in their on-farm applications with a positive return on investment. To ensure the quality of our products, our team performs numerous field trials each year in [...]

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First Roots in Corn Need Nutrients Fast

Posted on March 31, 2023

The importance of in-furrow starter fertilizer in corn cannot be understated, especially during the first few weeks of plant life. [...]

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Everything you need to know about granular micronutrients

Posted on March 20, 2023

Granular micronutrients are small, solid particles containing essential micronutrients for plant growth, such as iron, manganese, copper, zinc, boron, molybdenum, or even humic acid. Although small, micronutrients can make a significant impact on overall plant and soil health. They are used in agriculture applications to ensure crops have the nutrients [...]

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The Andersons Announce Expansion of Lordstown, Ohio Dry Fertilizer Distribution Terminal

Posted on March 16, 2023

MAUMEE, OHIO, March 16, 2023 —The Andersons, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANDE), a leading provider of plant nutrients, is pleased to announce the [...]

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Early Spring Planter Equipment Check: Liquid Starter Systems

Posted on March 14, 2023

As the days get longer and planting season nears, now is a great time to check the liquid fertilizer system [...]

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Late Season Plant Health in Sugar Beets Enhanced by Potassium Acetate

Posted on March 1, 2023

Planting season is just around the corner, and with that comes nutrient decisions for the entire growing season. [...]

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The Andersons Announces Launch of MicroMark® DG, a new line of Granular Micronutrient Solutions

Posted on February 23, 2023

MAUMEE, OHIO, Feb. 23, 2023 — The Andersons, Inc. announces the launch of a new line of granular micronutrients branded MicroMark® DG. These engineered plant nutrient products feature dispersing granule (DG) technology, resulting in homogenous spherical granules for easier blending, spreading, and most importantly increased efficacy. With The Andersons DG [...]

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Video: Achieving record green bean yields

Posted on December 19, 2022

Rodney Finke is a grower in Columbus, Indiana. He grows a variety of crops on his farm, including corn, soybeans and commercial green beans. Rodney was introduced to The Andersons' products in January 2022 by Jeff Gilder, The Andersons agronomist, who helped him plan a full system approach for his farming [...]

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Organics: December Organics Update

Posted on December 12, 2022

Organics: 2022 Trial Results As you are working to plan for 2023, I wanted to share some on-farm organic trial results performed [...]

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Make Your 2023 Organic Nutrient Management Plan Today

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on November 22, 2022

It is time to plan for 2023 and creating a nutrient management plan for the next growing season is a great place to start. This is true whether your operation centers mainly around organic or conventional production methods. A well-rounded nutrient management plan that considers a wide range of nutrients is [...]

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Organics: November Organics Update

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on November 7, 2022

Hopefully everyone has had a safe harvest to wrap up the 2022 crop. As we move closer to 2023, I want to [...]

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Video: Research Plot Harvest

Posted by Jessica Link, Agronomist on October 14, 2022

Agronomist Jessica Link discusses the Research Plot during harvest. While there, watch her discuss in-furrow and two-by-two fertilizers measuring the [...]

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Organics: October Organics Update

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on October 10, 2022

As we have started getting crops off, fertilizer has been a hot topic; not only in the combine but in [...]

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Introducing Power Pass Technology

Posted on October 5, 2022

Power Pass technology is a dual-action patent-pending technology. It not only increases crop performance but also aids in enhancing storability for select low-salt starter fertilizers. INCREASES CROP PERFORMANCE Power Pass technology increases crop performance by enhancing plant health, nutrient absorption and field performance. Adding Power Pass technology with starter fertilizer [...]

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The Andersons Announces New Power Pass™ Technology for Liquid Starter Fertilizers

Posted on September 27, 2022

MAUMEE, OHIO, September 27, 2022 –The Andersons, Inc. has enhanced its Plant Nutrient product portfolio with the addition of [...]

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Organics: September Organic Update

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on September 9, 2022

Happy September! I have passed several soybean fields starting to change which means harvest is only a few weeks away. As we wrap up the 2022 growing season, it is time to start planning for a successful 2023 year. As soil test results are received, pay attention to what your potential lime [...]

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Video: Oakley Plot Day

Posted by Jessica Link, Agronomist on September 8, 2022

Agronomist Jessica Link visits the Oakley Farm Center for Plot Day. While there, watch her discuss different crop observations from the various product treatments. TOPICS DISCUSSED​ Effects of disease on crops PRODUCTS DISCUSSED Blog Post: New Year. New Season. Same Proven Results FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please  [...]

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Organics: August Organic Update

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on August 8, 2022

If you’ve been inside a retail store this past week, you may have noticed fall decorations are out. [...]

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Organics: July Organic Update

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on July 11, 2022

We are half-way through the growing season and post application decisions on row and specialty crops are taking place. When [...]

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Cercospora Leaf Spot on Sugar Beets

Posted on July 8, 2022

Cercospora leaf spot (CLS) is an airborne fungal disease caused by the organism Cercospora beticola. CLS appears first in lower [...]

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Sugar Beets: Planning for In-Season Applications

Posted By Jeffrey Gilder, Agronomist on June 30, 2022

For sugar beet growers, it is now time to start planning your fungicide applications. With this, it is a great [...]

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June Organics Update

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on June 13, 2022

As planting is wrapping up for most growers, we are starting to check-in on field trials. The below image is [...]

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Potatoes: Managing High Yields with a Less Than Ideal Start to the Growing Season

Posted by Jeff Gilder, Agronomist on May 31, 2022

The 2022 growing season has gotten off to a slow start. Wet conditions and cold soil have delayed planting and emergence in most of our market areas. We tend to think of this as only a corn and soybean issue, but potato planting has also been impacted. As with [...]

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Tar Spot & Yields: Protect With Fungicides, Maximize With Foliar Fertilizers

Posted on May 24, 2022

Tar spot on corn, caused by the fungus Phyllachora maydis, was first confirmed in the United States in 2015. Tar spot appears as raised, black, circular spots on the top side of corn leaves (Figure 1). Figure 1. (Photo Credit: Tiffanna Ross, Purdue) In 2021, tar spot was confirmed in several states including [...]

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Agronomy Update

Posted on May 13, 2022

When building an effective foliar program, there are different objectives to target throughout the season: 1) encourage plant health, 2) defeat nutrient [...]

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May Organics Update

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on May 9, 2022

As we move into May during a delayed planting season, a good topic of discussion is your organic starter options. Whether you are using liquid starter or dry, these nutrients are important to ensure a successful 2022 crop season. Even as we move into warmer weather, starter fertilizers still impact yield [...]

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Update from the Field: Ready, Set, …

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on May 5, 2022

As soil temperatures stretch above 50°F, growers are itching to begin planting. Unfortunately, recent rain events and saturated soils [...]

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The Andersons 2021 Research Guide

Posted on April 22, 2022

The Andersons works to ensure our products deliver excellent and consistent performance on the farm, a positive return on investment and provide value to growers. To ensure this, we perform numerous field trials each year to evaluate differing factors including effectiveness, rates, timing, and more. Our research trials are conducted [...]

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Update from the Field: The Early Bird Gets the Worm

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on April 21, 2022

It is difficult to estimate the best date to begin planting, and this year is no exception. In most years, [...]

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Update from the Field: Prepare for Lodging

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on April 7, 2022

Corn lodging, by definition, “is the breakage of the stalk below the ear, leading to increased harvest losses, increased [...]

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Organics: April Organics Update

Posted by Sierra Dice, Organic Agronomy Consultant on April 4, 2022

Fertilizer markets have been volatile the past year but have become even more so in the last few months. Pandemic [...]

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Agronomy Alert: Poor Wheat Stands in Late Planted Wheat

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on March 25, 2022

Scouting fields recently, I have encountered less than ideal wheat stands. As I scout, I evaluate the stands and discuss [...]

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Organics: Maximize Early Season Growth to Increase Yield at Harvest

Posted by Jessica Link, Agronomist on March 15, 2022

Providing adequate nutrition at planting is essential for a productive growing season. When looking at early season growth, consider the nutrients that are necessary at this time, such as phosphorus. Phosphorus is essential for stimulating early season root and shoot growth in seedlings. Phosphorus can be used in the form [...]

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Update from the Field: Perfect Placement Proficiency

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on March 2, 2022

As fertilizer prices keep creeping up this spring, the question arises, how can we be more efficient with our inputs [...]

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Update from the Field: Hauling the Milk

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on February 17, 2022

As I was growing up on my family’s dairy farm, the comfort or stress level of our cattle [...]

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SmartPhos DG competes in Next Gen Fertilizer Innovation Challenge

Posted on February 15, 2022

The Andersons is proud to participate with its SmartPhos DG ® technology in the Next Gen Fertilizer Innovation Challenge hosted by the EPA and USDA. The competition is also in collaboration with The Fertilizer Institute (TFI), the International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC), The Nature Conservancy (TNC), and the National Corn [...]

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Update from the Field: Relay Race for High Yields

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on February 4, 2022

This week is the start of the XXIV Olympic Winter Games in Beijing. I’m not a big winter [...]

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Update from the Field: Up Date, Up Grade, Up Yields

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on January 20, 2022

I know it is still January, but it is never too early to talk about the most important pass through [...]

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Update from the Field: Starters, Reloaded

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on January 7, 2022

My boys and I are big movie buffs. Over Christmas break we saw the new Matrix movie, “The Matrix [...]

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Update from the Field: Sticker Shock

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on December 9, 2021

As dry fertilizer prices continue to skyrocket, some growers are experiencing sticker shock and asking if they can afford to [...]

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Update from the Field: Keep Calm and Test On

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on November 23, 2021

Soil sampling can be a long and laborious process, but it is necessary to keep calm and perform soil tests [...]

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Specialty Products Guide Update

Posted on November 23, 2021

The Andersons received notice from BASF that Korrect was not approved as a pH buffering adjuvant with Engenia. Korrect was submitted for testing and passed the third party testing earlier this year. However, just last week, BASF provided notice that Korrect will not be posted as a pH buffering adjuvant [...]

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Update from the Field: Factors for Fall Fertilizer

Posted on October 28, 2021

Proper crop fertility management is important for healthy soils and increasing profitability. Growers remove significant yields, but sometimes put few [...]

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Update from the Field: Featherweight Corn

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on October 12, 2021

Whether you are fighting in a UFC bout or squaring off in a high school wrestling tournament, individual contenders are [...]

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Update from the Field: Do Your Ears Hang Low?

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on September 29, 2021

If you have been around small children, you likely have heard the [...]

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Video: In Field Crop Progress: Michigan

Posted on September 29, 2021

Senior Originations Merchant Brian Eley and Agronomist Dave Dyson are visiting corn and bean fields in Scotts, Michigan, as harvest [...]

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Update from the Field: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on September 15, 2021

The phrase “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” can be traced back to the mid 1970’s. Gaylord Nelson, then a [...]

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Top 4 updates to the new Specialty Products Guide and The Andersons product portfolio

Posted on September 13, 2021

We are always excited to release a new resource for our dealers, distributors and growers. Below is a summary of [...]

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Update from the Field: Strange Soybean Symptoms

Posted By Dave Dyson, Agronomist on September 2, 2021

As an agronomist for The Andersons, I travel a wide swath throughout the Corn Belt. Lately, I have been noticing [...]

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Update from the Field: Never Give Up, Never Surrender

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on August 19, 2021

My two favorite movie genres are comedy and science fiction. If you can make a great story that combines these [...]

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Video: In Field Crop Progress: Nebraska

Posted on August 19, 2021

We are in South Central Nebraska this week with Senior Originations Merchant Darren Cudaback and Agronomist Dave Dyson. Even [...]

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Three Stages of Winter Wheat - Stage Three: Heading and Stem Extension

Posted on August 3, 2021

MINIMIZE DISEASE PRESSURE Early stages of many foliar diseases oftentimes present as leaf spotting on the wheat’s leaf, [...]

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Three Stages of Winter Wheat - Stage Two: Tillering and Topdress

Posted on August 3, 2021

PROVIDE IN-SEASON NUTRITION During the Feekes 4-5 growth stage, it is time to supply nitrogen through topdress. This application will [...]

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Three Stages of Winter Wheat - Stage One: Pre-Emergent and Planting

Posted on August 3, 2021

START WITH SOIL ANALYSIS Soil testing is an invaluable tool to understand soil or plant health, both of which directly [...]

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Update from the Field: Sulfur Deficiency, Why and How?

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on July 19, 2021

Sulfur deficiency is a common problem this growing season. When scouting fields, the lower leaves of the corn plant [...]

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The Andersons Announces Organizational Changes to Plant Nutrient Team

Posted on July 8, 2021

MAUMEE, OHIO, June 25, 2021 – The Andersons, Inc. is pleased to announce key leadership changes within its Plant Nutrient wholesale [...]

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Update from the Field: A Burning Question

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on July 7, 2021

The season for nitrogen sidedress on corn has begun. If field conditions are less than ideal [...]

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News: Agronomy Alert

Posted on June 24, 2021

Our Agronomist, Dave Dyson, was walking fields and noticed a common trend of sulfur deficiency in corn fields. East of [...]

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Update from the Field: Freedom of the Stress

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on June 10, 2021

To increase yield, it is essential to be aware of stress. During certain growth periods of the crop’s [...]

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Update from the Field: Make Bread Out of Air

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on May 27, 2021

At the turn of the twentieth century, Fritz Haber and Carl Bosch created a way of extracting nitrogen from the [...]

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INTRODUCING The Andersons John Deere Financial Grower Program

Posted on May 25, 2021

The Andersons has partnered with John Deere Financial to offer growers 120 days No-Payments/No-Interest on qualifying purchases over $1,000 made June 1 through September 30, 2021, from their local participating dealer or retailer using their Multi-Use Account. This program allows growers to not only enhance their cash flow but also enhance their yields [...]

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Organics: May Update

Posted by Dani Kusner, Agronomist on May 11, 2021

Happy May! While it’s been a cooler progression into spring, planting is here and we are thinking of [...]

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Organics: April Update

Posted by Dani Kusner, Agronomist on April 12, 2021

Spring has sprung and from here on out, it will be busy until planting is complete! For organics, the work [...]

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Update from the Field: Rock N’ Roll Ain’t Pollution

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on April 1, 2021

Wheat topdress is in full swing and the Corn Belt planting season will begin within 30 [...]

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Update from the Field: Stand By Your Wheat

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on March 18, 2021

Just as Tammy Wynette used to stand by her man, wheat growers need to stand by  [...]

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March Organic Update: March is for Microbes

Posted by Dani Kusner, Agronomist on March 8, 2021

Now that temperatures are warming, frost-seeding is occurring, and mud seems to be everywhere, I wonder how [...]

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Update from the Field: Back in My Day

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on February 18, 2021

The saying “Back in my day” has always been toxic to my three [...]

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February Organics Update

Posted by Dani Kusner, Agronomist on February 9, 2021

We’re making progress in organics and have a lot of exciting developments that we’ll be announcing [...]

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The Andersons announces organic expansion at Waterloo

Posted on January 26, 2021

The Andersons is pleased to announce that we have recently expanded our organic storage in Waterloo, Indiana, to meet the [...]

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The Andersons biological products – a new lineup designed for ease-of-use, efficiency, and ROI

Posted on January 21, 2021

The biological market is more crowded than ever. So, how do you decide which biological products to offer your customers [...]

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Update from the Field: Mighty Micronutrients

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on January 20, 2021

There are seven essential micronutrients required for crop growth and needed in [...]

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Press Release: The Andersons Launches New Specialty Zinc Products Tri Z™ and Tri Z Pro

Posted on January 20, 2021

MAUMEE, OHIO, January 19, 2021 –The Andersons, Inc. announces the availability of two new specialty ag products that provide immediate [...]

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Meet The Andersons Biological Product Line-Up

Posted on January 19, 2021

The Andersons biological products are robust microbial packages specifically designed to enhance field applications. With the highest concentration of microbials [...]

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January Organics Update: 2021 - We Can All Do Better

Posted by Dani Kusner, Agronomist on January 12, 2021

We made it through 2020 and can give ourselves a huge pat on the back. Going into 2021, I have a [...]

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Top 10 reasons to add Bio Pass to your liquid starter fertilizer

Posted on December 17, 2020

The Andersons Bio Pass is a top 10 finalist for The Scoop’s (formerly known as Ag Professional) 2020 New Product [...]

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Update from the Field: Secondary but Necessary

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on December 10, 2020

Sulfur is considered a secondary nutrient, along with calcium and magnesium. All three are considered  [...]

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December Organics Update

Posted by Dani Kusner, Agronomist on December 7, 2020

We’ve made it to the end of 2020, and what a year it has been for our world! For this organic update, I’ve been reflecting and want to go way back to January 2020, pre-COVID-19, when travel, gathering for conferences, and spontaneous in-person connections were all [...]

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Update from the Field: Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on December 4, 2020

Crop disease has more in common with nutrient deficiency than with insect or weed pressure. When insect or weed pressure [...]

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Update from the Field: Double Down for Better Yields

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on November 20, 2020

Back in my childhood I remember the Wrigley's commercials on TV, playing off the idea [...]

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Update from the Field: Mineralization, Your Friend and Mine

Posted by Dave Dyson, Agronomist on November 12, 2020

Stalk residue can be a major source of problems for growers during the spring planting  [...]

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