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Looks like most, if not all, of us should be on alert for corn earworms/bollworms in our fields.

Whether or not you irrigate your corn depends upon several factors.

For some of you, it is very near time to think about fungicide application in your fields.

As unpredictable as farming can be, it’s always a good idea to try to be prepared for what might lie ahead through the coming season.

Once again faced with a wet and cold spring, now that the forecast has improved we’re finding ourselves in the middle of the busiest few weeks in recent memory.

It’s been a crazy start to the 2018 growing season. We are all over the place.

We’ve been asked a number of times how and why Armor Seed conducts commercial strip testing on our products.

In many areas this spring high amounts of rainfall have hindered plant growth and, in some fields, even reduced plant populations to levels where replanting was necessary.

Mother Nature was not kind to much of the Midsouth this spring, resulting in flooding situations unlike any most have seen in years.

Destroying crop residue eliminates a precious opportunity to improve soil and, in the long-term, save you money.

Are you one of the many growers who appreciates yield data and the statistics that come with them? Ever wonder how to interpret it all?

We're thrilled today to be kicking off the celebration of Armor Seed's 40th year in business.

Fusarium Head Blight, commonly referred to as head scab, is a potential problem for wheat growers year after year. Are you seeing it in your field? Here's what you need to know.

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