About once a year you stop in to go through the newest hybrids and varieties with your seedsman, then once you’ve made your purchase you go on your way. What else can a seed salesman do for your operation?
In case you haven’t heard, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced the re-registration of many in-season dicamba products. This announcement includes crucial label updates that will affect the management of some Roundup Ready 2 Xtend and XtendFlex soybean systems for 2021. Here’s what you need to know as you make your management decisions for the upcoming spring season.
Pella FFA presents the independent film, SILO. Inspired by true events, SILO follows a harrowing day in an American farm town when teenager Cody Rose is entrapped in a 50-foot-tall grain bin. When the corn turns to quicksand, family, neighbors
The nutrients in your soil are the key ingredients to growing a productive crop. The color of the soil doesn’t tell you what the nutrients are. The texture doesn’t tell you how many nutrients you have. There’s only one way
As we prepare ourselves for harvest, there are still field symptoms to keep an eye out for. It is important to consider the end of season nutrient stress in your corn fields for current management decisions and for next season
There was a lot of effort from everyone put into this spring planting season. And while the Two Rivers staff is proud of this, we don’t want you to lose momentum. Remember to keep scouting your fields as the season
We have been noticing higher moisture in the grain that is being brought to us from out of the bin. With increasing temperatures and humidity, remember to keep the following in mind as summer weather joins us: Moisture content
In a favorable year, weather and nitrogen combine to contribute more than 50% of the total yield. The weather, in fact, influences every aspect of nitrogen loss, availability and utilization by the plant. Whether it is a drought year or
Not every farm is capable of producing 260-bushel corn in a growing season. Management efforts need to reflect field level performance in order to maximize profitability. Some fields are able to be more profitable in a high technology, high management
The spring weather we have been anticipating is just around the corner and will be here before we know it. As we look ahead to the spraying season, we want to keep you up to date. If you plan to
As Senator Joni Ernst recently made her way across Iowa’s 99 counties, she made stops to visit many of Iowa’s businesses. This included a stop in Jasper County at the Two Rivers Cooperative location in Monroe. Welcoming Senator Ernst to
Two Rivers Cooperative was recently acknowledged for its outstanding leadership and efforts to improve water quality. Iowa’s Secretary of Agriculture, Bill Northey, presented the Iowa Ag Leader Award to Two Rivers at the Agribusiness Association of Iowa’s Showcase and Conferences
January 31, 2017 at the Pella Office. Session 1: 1:30 pm Session 2: 6:30 pm
There is a new face in the Two Rivers Agronomy Department. Taylor Janicek joined the co-op team this month and will be working out of the Otley location handling Agronomy Sales and Precision Ag. Her responsibilities will include creating variable
Harvest is in full swing now and I want to take this opportunity to pass along a few reminders to you. Hours of operation change daily at each of our four locations. Please give us a call to confirm closing