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Choosing the Right Adjuvant for Your Post-Emergence Herbicide Application

May 17, 2021

With planting season underway, post-emergence herbicide applications are right around the corner. 

Diseases to be Wary of in Winter Wheat

Nov 13, 2020

If you’re the type of grower who intensively manages a winter wheat crop to optimize yields, there are a number of diseases to defend against throughout the course of the growing season.

2021 Cotton Varieties: Different Name, Same High Quality Germplasm

Oct 26, 2020

Cotton producers will notice a significant change when placing their seed order for next year, but they’ll continue to receive the high quality product they’ve come to trust. This spring, all CROPLAN® cotton varieties were rebranded under the Armor Seed name.

Harvest Progress Report

Oct 15, 2020

After being hit by yet another massive rain event last weekend in Hurricane Delta, it looks like producers throughout GreenPoint Ag’s 10-state footprint will finally be able to put the pedal to the metal on their harvesting efforts.

Plant Cover Crops this Fall and Reap the Rewards Next Spring

Sep 25, 2020

With harvest in the rear-view mirror for some and just on the horizon for others, seeding cover crops is nearing top of mind for a lot of growers in GreenPoint Ag’s service territory.

The Art of Cotton Defoliation

Sep 09, 2020

Deciding how and when to remove the leaves and open the bolls remains one of the most challenging tasks faced by cotton producers. 

August 2020 Crop Progress Report

Sep 01, 2020

If you haven’t already, it’s time to crank up your combines and get to calibrating! Outside of Texas (they’re wrapping up harvest), the word around GreenPoint AG is that growers are in harvest-mode as soon as the rain shuts off. As y’all probably know, Hurricane Laura hit landfall in the early morning on August 28th about 30-miles west of our Roanoke, Louisiana location and made its way north to Missouri and east across Kentucky, Tennessee, and north Mississippi, delaying harvest for much of the area. Read on to find out the local reports from five of our team members across our 7-state footprint. 

July 2020 Crop Progress Report

Aug 02, 2020

The finish line is in sight! While closer for some southern states than others, overall the crops are looking promising across GreenPoint AG’s 7-state footprint. This all makes sense, with most areas seeing little to no disease or insect pressure this season and the lack of pest pressure and timely rains or irrigation paying off. As you continue to work your way through 2020, be sure to follow along with our in-season crop progress reports. Each month, we’ll feature what’s happening in various areas across the acres we service.

Prevent Pests from Feeding on Your Soybean & Cotton Profits

Jul 22, 2020

Every season, you’re almost always guaranteed to encounter insect populations that are eager to feed on your crops. The key is to mitigate this damage by scouting your fields and treating the pests when thresholds are met.   We recently sat down with WinField® United Technical Seed Agronomist Curtis Fox, who shared some tips on how to keep bugs from taking a bite out of your soybean and cotton profits. Here’s what he had to say.

June 2020 Southern Crop Progress Report

Jun 30, 2020

Things are looking up! For most of our 7-state footprint, the season started out incredibly wet. So much so, the “planting season” was one of the latest we’ve seen in a long time, but maybe it will end up paying off! The theme through June was “things are looking surprisingly pretty good!” Overall, most crops are progressing well, insect and disease pressure is currently low, and nutrient deficiencies are pretty typical given the weather we’ve experienced. As you continue to work your way through 2020, be sure to follow along with our in-season crop progress reports. Each month, we’ll feature what’s happening in various areas across the acres we service.

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