After the past year and a half, farmers have learned they need a Plan A, Plan B and Plan C as they prepare for spring. Helena Agri-Enterprises sales representative Tim Stanslawski says a backup plan is needed when considering the variations in weather and logistics. A fresh perspective on fertility may also be warranted. “I think one thing to think about is feeding nitrogen throughout the season. Start with a good starter fertilizer application and spoon-feed the crop through the season.” Helena was part of the International Crop Expo.
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