Mike Dolinski explains four new agronomic advancements Taurus will be demonstrating at Ag in Motion.
See how Crop Intelligence by South Country, harnesses moisture probe data with agronomy to predict yield potential and guide decision making.
This exciting new app transforms weather station data into a predictive agronomic tool. Staff from Crop Intelligence by South Country will be on-site to demonstrate how their app can help determine how much yield potential you may gain or lose due to Crop Available Water and Water Driven Yield Potential. Subscribe to follow the results all season-long.
Learn how a low salt index fertilizer regime (featuring Crystal Green® and SUL4R-PLUS® ) allows you to achieve more yield with less seed.
Fertilizer salts can cause seed loss, leading growers to seed at higher rates. Yet, overcrowding can cause spindly, lower-yielding plants. Taurus is comparing a low salt fertilizer regime at a reduced seeding rate, with a higher salt regime at a standard seed count. Which will yield better? Trial crops include canola, wheat and peas.
Taurus will be putting new soil health products to the test. See how beneficial microbials enhance plant performance.
We will be incorporating new research products into our Advanced Acre plots this season to see how they help the plant become more efficient at absorbing nutrients. We will also be highlighting key soil health factors that growers need to consider on their farms.
Growers are looking for ways to increase protein content in peas. Taurus demonstrates a strategy that has shown to deliver results.
What can growers do to maximize protein content in peas? In our Advanced Acre pea plot, Taurus will be putting science to work as we strive to enhance protein production through a targeted nutrient strategy, and the addition of key biologicals.