M-Struct keeps applied phosphorus more plant-available longer by providing a source for phosphorus to bind to while still remaining plant-available.
LockdowN is a below-ground nitrification inhibitor specially formulated for anhydrous ammonia, UAN, Aqua, and liquid urea applications to maximize Grains per Head.
Nitrogen impacts every growth stage of the plant's lifecycle and each of the three yield components, but the key to improving nitrogen use efficiency is aligning peak demands with peak availability.
Last April, Chris Hille of The McGregor Company, had an incredible idea...use 3D printers to make face shields for first responders facing the uncertainty of a pandemic. To date, 656 face shields (or assemble components) have been distributed to Pomeroy, Dayton, Othello, Lincoln County, Bonners Ferry ID, Ritzville, Quincy, and many places within Whitman County. This was truly a combined effort.
McGregor Field Tours will look a little different this year. We are excited to be offering DIGITAL Field Tours in place of our traditional in person tours.
4 bushels per day are LOST for every day grain fill is cut short.
THE FINISH LINE ISN'T WHERE YOU THINK IT IS.
Up to 4 bushels are LOST for each day grain fill is cut short.
Explore the below article and videos to learn how plant health fungicides + foliar nutrition EXTEND photosynthesis and GRAIN FILL.
After a hard cold event, it is important to remember that you can still impact the 3 Yield Components - heads per acre, grains per head, and weight per grain. Here's what needs to be considered in order to encourage plant re-growth.
These steps and videos will guide you through staging and dissecting wheat to evaluate frost damage in your crop. Hint: Visual leaf damage is not as correlated to the viability of the plant as you might think.
"We need all voices to be heard, as the outcome of this EIS impacts us all. If you want to keep jobs, reduce the risk of climate change, keep growing our economy, and protect our environment, this is your chance to get involved. It's critical to our region's future." ~Kristin Meira, Executive Director at Pacific Northwest Waterways Association